It’s back to school time, are your kids ready? (For my kids, this means at least 1 new outfit if nothing else!) This year I got to make them outfits using patterns from the Project Run & Play shop and fabric from Raspberry Creek Fabrics. I sewed an entire outfit for 4 of my kids, and they helpedContinue reading “Back to School Sewing”
The Mave Skirt pattern offers tons of different options for a skirt with tiers, and can be made from many different fabrics. We sewed the Mave Skirt using 3 different fabrics.
The final pattern review from Project Smooth Sorbet that we have for you is probably the most fun! The Fetta and Frutta purses are adorable! There’s just no other word for them! Let’s start with the Fetta Purse pattern. The Fetta, or “slice” in Italian, is a cute fruit slice inspired purse with zipper closure.Continue reading “Fetta & Frutta Purse Pattern Reviews”
The final pattern in the Project Smooth Sorbet pattern collection is the Sorbetto Swimsuit pattern! We LOVE sewing our own swimwear, and were so excited to try out this pattern because it has a couple of really neat features.
The Amalfi Dress from Hey June Patterns doesn’t seem to get sewn as often as some of the other Hey June Patterns. People think the silhouette isn’t for them, so hopefully after seeing this version of the Amalfi, you’ll give it another look.
If you’ve been around Skirt Fixation very long, you know we love skirts! And hacking a pants (or shorts) pattern to make a skirt is right up our alley. So that’s what we did with the Bacca Bootcuts pattern. But first…a test version!
Skirt Fixation sews the Baie Blazer, a perfect casual knit blazer. Sleeve cuffs are lined – perfect for turning back to reveal a fun print!
Next up, we sewed the Limone Lounge Set from the Project Smooth Sorbet pattern collection. And we sewed just about every single view of this versatile pattern.
The next pattern in the Project Smooth Sorbet collection we sewed is the Fragola Top & Dress pattern.
The Fragola pattern is an easy fit sleeveless woven top and dress, with a short bodice and gathered skirt, suitable for warm weather. It can be sewn in sizes 12 months to 14 years.
David Rain Coat sewed and reviewed by Skirt Fixation. We used 2 different fabrics to make 3 rain jackets and you’ll probably be amazed at one of the “fabrics!”