Ponchos are a classic trend that pops back up on a very regular basis. And why not? They allow you to go outside wrapped in a soft, cozy blanket and no one thinks you're crazy... in fact, they compliment you on your chic fashion sense. We're down with that! Give our Bound Sweater Knit Poncho

Made entirely from soft, smooth flannel, this stunning poncho has the weight and drape of wool but without any of the scratchiness, so it’s perfect to wear around your face and neck. We selected seven amazing herringbone colors.

Based on one of our most popular "fanny pack" style pouches, we’ve updated both the sample and the instructions to show you how to use lighter weight fabrics and the proper interfacing to get a stylish yet still stable result. We’ve combined quilting cotton with lightweight denim for the exterior plus a second quilting cotton

The “fantail” refers to the unique triangular back on our kimono, which is further accented by a tassel. It would make a beautiful, lightweight summer wrap. The instructions also include the matching obi style belt.

It’s an endless circle of loveliness you can twist into a number of interesting shapes. Try it in lightweight rayon, voile or batiste for a great look to dress up or down for any occasion. Best of all… so very easy to make.

One of the season’s must-have accessories is the bandana: as a head scarf, or tied around the neck, pony tail, wrist, or even onto bags and totes. Fashion flash: you don’t have to use traditional bandana fabric!

The "fanny pack" is back. It's showing up alongside other flashback fashions from the seventies and eighties on retail shelves. Of course, we felt a slightly new spin was in order for this favorite, on-the-go storage solution. Our Mini Waist Pack version has been jazzed up with cool colors and a contrasting zipper, and it's
Quick and easy gifts are in demand year ‘round! We’re here to help, bringing you a trio of cute accessories you can finish in a flash: belts, bracelets, and headbands. Stretchy elastic and some rhinestone sliders add instant sparkle and color to wrists and hairstyles. Combine gorgeous ribbon and webbing with a Slide Buckle Set

Ribbons and bows… is there anything happier?! Our friends at The Ribbon Retreat put together this fun Guest Tutorial showing you how to make bright and colorful bow tie bows in several styles, layers, and colors.

Fresh blooms from your favorite flowers are always an inspiration. Celebrate by creating your own custom flower to wear on a jacket, in your hair, or pinned to a bag. Go bold and showy or soft and subtle – just like nature itself.

Designed with little girls in mind, they can inject a bit of glamour into your lovely locks as well. The “petals” are made from small scraps of fancy fabrics held together with a tiny faceted bead. A nearly-no-sew project.

A great scarf can elevate an outfit from drab to dynamic in an instant. However, really nice scarves don't come cheap at the department store or boutique. Here's a little fashion secret: scarves are SUPER easy to make, and you can find amazing selections of the ultimate scarf fabric: chiffon for as low as $4.00

Which accessory gives you the most fashion muscle per square inch? A big, gorgeous scarf! This long lovely combines a striking fabric with rows of colorful tassels. Best news: scarves are super easy to make as are custom tassels.

The shirred sundress is a wardrobe standard for summer. But S4H is never one to settle for standard! We spun the traditional one-seam-up-the-side design, taking it from ordinary to trendy by adding a flirty eyelet underskirt and a precious sash with its own flower pin. Both of our classic fabrics have a sweet, old-fashioned goodness.
During a recent clean-up, my sister came across a hand-embroidered shoulder dust cover our grandmother had made for our mother. I think that officially qualifies as "very vintage'!" We both thought it was not only beautiful, but a great idea. We all have special clothing in our closet we may not wear often, but certainly
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