Guest Blogger Tag

Hi SLPco fans!!  Today we have a really fun pattern hack from our guest blogger, Tammie Schaefer, to share with you today!  Tammie has made the cutest side cutout Ella and today she will be teaching you how to sew up this adorable outfit! First step is gathering all of

Panels! Have you ever found an adorable panel, but thought "I don't know what I would make with it, I want more than a basic T", or maybe you find a sale on panels, but the one you love is only available in a size too small? Today I'll show

Hey y'all! If you ask any of my girls what feature they love most on a dress, the answer will be "it has pockets! Look!".  Trixie has seam pockets included in the pattern, but Becca made us a Kangaroo pocket add-on too!! I'll walk you through adding this quick, but

Sloane is a beginner friendly knit sewing pattern. This adorable sock pattern makes not only a great scrap buster but also quick, fantastic handmade gift.  In this blog post I’ll be sharing with you a few ways to personalize your Sloane socks. This classic pattern is super easy to embellish

Hi all, Tara here sharing a bit of fall and flannel inspiration with you! As I sewed up my first Harriet during testing, I immediately pictured a fall version in plaid flannel with tights and boots. Something about the gathered waist and sleeves just screamed plaid to me, and how

I grew up watching the Wizard of Oz. So, when I saw the "Dorothy's Journey" collection from Riley Blake Designs I knew I had to make my little Kansas girl something! I wanted a classic Dorothy inspired look and started combing the Simple Life Pattern Company website for pattern ideas.  The