Check out what YOU made!

I’ve been meaning to do a round-up of all the gorgeous items you all have made using a Crafterhours tutorial for awhile.  So sit back and enjoy a LOT of eye candy. (click on the Crafterhours pictures for the original tutorials) ~~~~~ Meisjesmama created two Milkmaid skirts.  I love how she incorporated it into a Little […]

KCWC: Autumn Outfit

This is the last thing I made for the Kids Clothes Week Challenge.  Sorry I’m a day behind schedule in posting, but I had to skip last Friday due to uncooperative models :) The pants are chocolate brown velveteen, made using Rae‘s Big Butt Baby Pants pattern (in case you haven’t bought it yet, do […]

KCWC: Denim-ish Skirt

I originally made this skirt a few weeks ago as part of my Fall Wardrobe sewing series.  Z needed an essential denim skirt, but I wanted something with a little movement, so I chose chambray instead.  Chambray has a denim look, but it is super thin and works more like a linen.  It has the […]

KCWC: Derainbowfication, Part 2

Here are the results of Z’s derainbowfication.  Not the girliest of dresses, but with her major map obsession, quite appropriate.   And educational too! (as long as you still recognize the USSR) I just applique’d the continents around the hem of the dress (-Antarctica, + New Zealand) and added the little compass rose at the […]

KCWC: Derainbowfication

De-Rainbow-fication.  Yeah, it’s a word. Yesterday I finished derainbowfying P’s dress.  If you remember, the originals looked like this: And now P’s looks like this: Unfortunately, I had a very uncooperative model, so I snapped these pictures really quickly before realizing I was in manual mode and hadn’t changed my camera settings.  So they’re way […]

Over the Rainbow

First, the best news – Susan is getting all her stuff today!  Wahoo!  I told her to unpack her sewing machine and ignore the rest :) Also, it’s day 3 of Elsie Marley‘s Kids Clothes Week Challenge, and I haven’t posted about it yet.  But that doesn’t mean I’m not participating.  On Day 1, I […]