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Sew Long Summer Blog Tour

We're kicking off the annual Sew Long Summer blog tour this week, which is all about transitional wardrobe pieces, finishing up things that didn't get done over the summer, and whatever else Sew Long Summer might mean! Thanks to Mahlica Designs for hosting! I had so many ideas floating around my head for this tour… Continue reading Sew Long Summer Blog Tour

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The Pearlie Dress

Sometimes on social media, there's a pattern you often see and just fall in love more every single time! The Pearlie by Peach Patterns is one such garment for me! Every time I see this dress, I think, "I really need to get that pattern!" Finally I pulled the trigger this week and just grabbed… Continue reading The Pearlie Dress

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Sew Fab Bundle Summer Tour & GIVEAWAY

Do you enjoy trying out new indie pattern designers AND scoring their patterns at a fabulous discount? About twice a year, Sew Fab creates a bundle of patterns so that you can do exactly that! This bundle includes 12 patterns from 7 popular designers, with everything you need to create a back-to-school wardrobe for kids, and a couple of options for adults too. With patterns for pants, dresses, hats, leggings, shorts, tops, skirts, jackets AND a fun blanket, as well as a mix of knit and woven options, there's really something for everyone! Read More...

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Oliver + S Fairytale Dress meets Stitchery

First: I just love my baby girl! ❤ Now that I have my mushy mommy moment over, time for some details! This is the Oliver+S Fairytale Dress which was released about 5 years ago. I bought this pattern shortly after it released and used it once - to sew something for a friend. Finally, FINALLY,… Continue reading Oliver + S Fairytale Dress meets Stitchery

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Pooh Bear Top & Shorts

MK*Designs recently sent me this adorable panel with Stitch dressed up as various Winnie the Pooh characters on a bee background. The panel was too big for my 3 year old so I decided to use it for my 7 year old instead. The A.A. Milne quote, "The things that make me different are the things that make me," describes my daughter to a T, so this really was perfect for her! (Read More)