The Decades of Style E.S.P. Dress is one of our most versatile patterns because once fitted, the pattern can be a base for many different variations. We have covered how to alter the skirt into pleats, shorten the sleeves and even make the dress sleeveless on our blog.
Hello and Happy Wednesday! My name is Rochelle, blogger at Lucky Lucille, and today I’m sharing a tutorial for making your own quilted tablet sleeve. The featured fabric in today’s post is the wonderful linen blend canvas by Rifle Paper Co for Cotton & Steel, paired with a quilting cotton print from their basics collection. Both fabrics can be found here and here, respectively. I aim to keep this tutorial quick and to the point so please refer to the photos to back up my brief instructions, and read through everything thoroughly first before getting started. Let’s do this!
Hi everyone! I’m so excited to share with you my pattern hack for Sara’s Creative Maker Case pattern! I love a good zip around wallet and I especially love one that has the option to carry my device, and everything I need as a small clutch style; my absolute favorite part about this wallet? You can customize it any way you like… These are merely suggestions and a little help to get you started!
Going back to my first pattern for this tutorial is really fun for me. When I designed Ravenna I was just starting my pattern design journey. I have learned so much about design and drafting in these last 18 months, but I have to say I still love the lines of this pattern and how much it still embodies my style and design aesthetic.
Caroline Hulse is the author and designer behind the brand Sew Caroline. She is a sewing blogger with a serious passion for handmade fashion, a sewing pattern designer who designs trendy, easy to sew patterns for women, and a licensed fabric designer for Art Gallery Fabrics (see her collections here!). She strives to create an uplifting and creative atmosphere that keeps YOU coming back. She wants to live creatively and for each and everyone of you to leave feeling inspired to create something new.
While most of the states are gearing up for fall, California is just entering the heat of summer. September and October tend to bring the heat and I am really hoping that’s the case. After a foggy, wet summer, I am finally ready to bust out my shorts and skirts. A day at the beach is calling…
Learn to mend your jeans and other projects with this decorative and practical Japanese technique!
A scalloped hem is a super cute way to finish a garment, it’s totally adorable plus it looks a lot more complicated than it actually is!
So today we are going to make a simple hooded baby towel tutorial that takes minimal supplies,