One of my favorite characters in the Warner Bros.® series of cartoons was Witch Hazel, who debuted in the 1954 short, “Bewitched Bunny.” Disney® had previously created a…
Turn standard off-the-rack t-shirts into something special with pockets, decorative stitching, inset panels, and cropping. It’s a fun and easy way to use up fabric and trim scraps to yield an instant wardrobe upgrade.
It’s nudging towards warmer weather (except on the US East Coast… snow?!?). But sunny skies in most areas mean it’s time to show a little leg! Try our flirty little fast and easy skirt in soft double gauze with an elastic waist.
Elastic shirring creates a wonderful stretchy texture. It occupies the space between the simplicity of gathering and the intricacy of hand-smocking. We cover the technique itself as well as several project ideas.
When budgets get tight, repairing and re-purposing is the way to go to extend an item’s life. We explore some innovative ideas for using iron-on patches for scarves, t-shirts, pillows, and… of course, jeans.
Cute receiving blankets and cute little hats are a classic combo to delight a new mama and daddy. Baby will likely be less-impressed, but for him/her, we have our super softee, bound knit blankies. Everyone’s happy!