I've been busy this week trying to use up all the yardage I received from MK*Designs! The yoga knit I was sent has certainly proven to be very versatile - with some of the leftovers from my daughter's workout outfit, I was able to whip up a pair of paints and accents on a t-shirt for my son, and a dress for my youngest daughter. It's fun to have them matchy matchy ;-). These are all staple patterns in my collection - ones that I've made before and get plenty of loving from my kiddos!
So I've been on a sewing hiatus for a few weeks. I just felt like I was getting burnt out, unable to focus my ideas, and needed to catch up on a whole bunch of other things! I thought it would just be a one week hiatus, but next thing I knew, it had become… Continue reading My Monster Tour – Daniel Tiger Dress
And last but not least, today I'm sharing my final make with Affordable Fabrics & More's military collection! Aren't these clouds adorable?! They can easily work for coordinating with the rest of the Air Force fabrics, or with something else entirely! (*Contains affiliate links) I usually don't do quick, fast sews. I don't know… Continue reading U.S. Air Force Toddler Dress
Spaghetti arms! Ahh, I haven't watched Dirty Dancing in over a decade, but I can still remember all the great lines! So many late night sleepovers with girlfriends.... the memories! But I digress. This post is about this awesome Stenzo watermelon border print from Mabel Madison. (Mabel Madison, by the way, is an online fabric… Continue reading I carried a Watermelon…. dress!
I'm not really one for Halloween themed fabric, but when I saw this Stitch panel along with the Oogie melted crayon, I showed my son and he was *all about it*. The kid adores melted crayon, and in addition to being cat obsessed, he's also really into dogs, so this was a win-win for him!… Continue reading Face Your Fears!
One of my friends had a baby shower on Saturday, so on Friday night I decided to make a hoodie and pants for the mommy-to-be. I cut everything out Friday night and sewed it all together Saturday morning! (*Contains affiliate links) I decided to use the Halla Patterns Kids Stardust Shirt* as my hoodie pattern… Continue reading Zebra baby!
I'm in desperate need of more sweaters in my wardrobe, so when I selected this white and mint French Terry from Simply By Ti, it was with the intent to make a hoodie for me. I had a number of patterns to decide between. What I really wanted to make was a hoodie with a… Continue reading Halla Soho Top + Simply By Ti Fabric
Happy um, Fall, y'all? Ok, so this blog post is OH SO LATE! And it should have even happened well before Fall just gone *sigh*. (Right now, we're actually in the middle of an arctic freeze with no snow to make it fun, so Fall would be just lovely right now!) Last December (that… Continue reading Hallå Carefree Dress
These last couple of days I've been sharing two things I was able to make with 1 yard of MK*Designs "Evil" Melted Crayon (a dress for my daughter and a hoodie and pants for my son)! Today, I'm showing you my last make - I use a piece of it to color-block the Halla Stardust… Continue reading Halla Color-blocked Stardust Tank
Today I'm letting my son get some lovin'! As you'll be able to see from these photos, he was *super* excited that I made something for him!! With some of my leftover MK*Designs "Evil Melted Crayon" fabric (used in my daughter's Boo! Designs Skater Dress), I sewed up a Hallå Stardust short sleeved hoodie (from… Continue reading Hallå Stardust Hoodie & Forever Fit Joggers