Detailed step by step instructions for the plush campfire adventure kit cut and sew by Sheenarae on Spoonflower.com. There are plenty of guides out there to make your own plush campfire and each are very sweet. It’s been on my list of things to do for a good long while but sourcing all the different materials or colours kept putting […]
Make your own simple linen tea towels with endless options! Tea towels are a great beginner project and make wonderful gifts! I love linen! Wearing linen, using linen, sewing with linen, name it! To me linen feels like such a luxury, the smell the feel everything. I’ve been sewing with linen the last couple years, making clothes for myself and […]
Take a piece of clothes that fit just right and turn them into your own pattern. Finding clothes that fit just right can be hard at any age. My son is tall and skinny so he is too small around the waist for 3T but too long in the leg for 2T so pants are a little tough to find. […]
One great way to get kids involved in the garden is setting them up with gear of their own. In this post we make a simple toddler size gardening apron, fill it with gardening tools and some special seeds for one little gardeners birthday. First things first, Fabric. Any woven fabric will do however for a sturdy apron you’ll need […]
This is a step by step for creating a very simple but very cute crochet and fabric bay tank-top using only a fat quarter and a small cotton skein. There are a few ways to attach crochet to fabric but in this one we will start with sewing the bottom then we will crochet directly onto it instead of creating […]
Make an easy custom applique patch to add to or change any clothing. Kids go through clothes quickly weather they grow out of them or through them, that’s no surprise and yet it can still be a little alarming. To lighten the toll on the bank account I am a huge advocate of hand me downs, thrift stores, consignment and […]
Making a simple pillow with custom fabric. Beginner fat quarter project.
Diy linen fabric flowers hand painted.
Scrap busting Diy linen head band adult, child, or infant.
One problem I have come up against time and time again is bare ankles. Both my kids have spent a great deal of time in one carrier or another, and no matter the kid or the carrier the pants always ride up and leave chilly and exposed their sweet chubby baby ankles. I’ve dealt with this by tucking pant legs […]