Hello, my sewing friends! I’m so excited to share with you these beautiful girls’ nightgowns that I made for my daughters! Confession: my daughters have never had nightgowns before. They have always loved their footie pajamas and that’s all I’ve ever bought for them. But when I saw this girls’ nightgown pattern and new watercolor
Today I have the sweetest dresses to share with you! I used Hawthorne Threads’ new Thumbelina fabric collection to make the Holly dress by modkid. The minute I saw Thumbelina riding on birds and floating on lily pads, I knew I had to make dresses for my girls. We actually just finished reading Thumbelina as part
For my Easter dress this year, I wanted to make something that I could wear any day, but still special enough to dress up a little. I love Girl Charlee knits, and I’d had this pretty pink large scale floral knit in my stash for a month or so…just waiting for the right project. This
I’m so happy to share with you today a top I’ve been working on for the past couple weeks. I got to be a tester for the new Farrah pattern by Chalk and Notch! I’ve written before about how much I love the format of Gabriela’s patterns. They are very professional and easy to follow.
My new summer uniform and a bias binding tutorial! I have taken on the challenge of building up my wardrobe and sewing most of it myself. It sounds daunting when I say it that way…so I just take it one piece at a time and promise not to get overwhelmed. I’m really fine with buying
Last week I got to be a pattern tester for designer Duchess and Hare! The Free Spirit dress for girls has the sweetest keyhole back, giving it a pretty, modern style. I absolutely love the doman sleeves. They made the dress so quick and easy to sew up…I think the whole thing took me all
My girls just love the comfort of knit dresses and tops. They feel more like store bought clothes and they are so soft, who can blame them? And with so many beautiful knits by Art Gallery Fabrics, it is easy for me to make them lots of tops and dresses. Last week, I used Simple
Last week I made some adorable dresses for my girls using the Nora pattern by Violette Field Threads and Fiesta Fun fabric by Dana Willard for Art Gallery Fabrics! I have been a huge fan of AGF for quite awhile and was so excited that they were able to sponsor this post. This Fiesta Fun fabric
Last week I got to play with the beautiful Riviera collection fabric from Hawthorne Threads. It was the perfect choice for Sophie’s dress pattern from Simple Life Pattern Co. I have long been in love with Hawthorne Threads and am so glad they were able to sponsor this post. We just love these adorable dresses!
This post is sponsored by Stylish Fabric and Chalk and Notch Patterns. Today I’m so happy to share with you this adorable and oh so versatile sewing pattern for girls, The Waterfall Raglan by Chalk & Notch! You may have noticed that this top looks very similar to one that I was wearing a few posts