This apron is one of our most popular ever. The free downloadable pattern allows you to cut the main front and back of the apron as single pieces. We love the vintage style of the sweetheart neckline and mini-sweet pockets.
The clink of ice swirling in glasses, card tables in the living room, cut crystal bowls of white mints with green centers, ashtrays… yes, there were lots of…
Unisex in color, tone, and fit, this apron would make a wonderful host/hostess gift wrapped up with some natural wooden spoons. The cool suspender buckles on the neck strap are a perfect match for the overall retro style.
A unique satchel with the feel of a mail carrier’s bag. This taller and thinner style can be carried with the double looping handles or worn crossbody with a detachable shoulder strap. Don’t forget the cool fussy cutting!
We took the sophisticated styling of an adult carryall and scaled it down to kid-size. Feeling like kids have all the fun? Want your very own mini vintage satchel? Simply lengthen the strap and you’re good to go.
This poplar apron has a very vintage feel with its sweet florals and pretty rick rack edging plus form-flattering waist pleats and a quilted accent along the top of the bodice. Even the tilted pockets have box pleat details.
Channel your inner Scout. Our canteen-style bag has a great retro look in a classic outdoorsy fabric combination, We even added appliquéd patches. Patterns included for the round exterior panels and matching curved pocket.
We used barkcloth in bold tropical prints for our dramatic totes, but other mid-to-heavyweight substrates would work too. The generous size makes it perfect as a market shopper, everyday carryall or even a diaper bag alternative.
The exterior of this tiny treasure is made from gorgeous Jacquard ribbon stitched side by side. It starts flat, then folds up 1-2-3, and snaps front and back to create an adorable cone-shaped mini purse for coins and more.
Every once in awhile, I’ll open my closet and see something that causes me to shake my head and wonder, “What on earth was I thinking, and why…
The button jar. Most every house has one. It may not be a jar; it could a box or a lid or a cup or even a sock.…