Fetta & Frutta Purse Pattern Reviews

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”

DIY Graphic T-shirt tutorial

Yes, more graphic t-shirts.  And we’re not even going to apologize!  But it’s the final set for a while, so enjoy!  Today we’re over at Project Run & Play sharing a tutorial on how to create these pajama shirts using a Cricut Maker, Sport Flex Iron On, a Cricut BrightPad and a Cricut EasyPress. We used the Vitamin Zzz and IContinue reading “DIY Graphic T-shirt tutorial”

Introducing the Easy Street Tee

Meet our other newest pattern, the Easy Street Tee! We designed this tee for the Project Street Style pattern collection with Project Run & Play, as a companion pattern to the Stoplight Skirt. The Easy Street offers 2 views. Unisex for every boy and girl, and soon to become their favorite tee ever. The dolmanContinue reading “Introducing the Easy Street Tee”

Senpai Bomber Jacket Review

The next pattern we sewed up from Project Street Style is the Senpai Bomber Jacket. And to be totally honest, it’s the one we were dreading! But we had in mind the most epic look, and so sewing the Senpai Bomber Jacket was a must. Now to be clear, the Senpai is not a difficultContinue reading “Senpai Bomber Jacket Review”

Metro Pants Review

The next thing we’d like to share from the Project Street Style pattern collection is the Metro Pants and Shorts pattern. This one is designed by Suco by Susana for Project Run & Play. Initially designed for girls, we decided to see if we could make it work for a boy! The Metro Pants andContinue reading “Metro Pants Review”

3 Boys in Mountain T-shirts

Have you listened to this week’s podcast? Episode 23 is about toy management…and where there are kids, there are toys to be managed! Listen to it here. More boys in t-shirts, just like last week!  But hey, boys in t-shirts are a very real thing around here!  And now that there’s a new boy, thereContinue reading “3 Boys in Mountain T-shirts”

Two plain ole’ t-shirts…

It’s become a tradition to sew something for each kid on their birthday.  A few months ago, David had a special birthday.  It was his golden birthday, he turned 8 on the 8th.  So of course I had to commemorate this special occasion into one of his birthday shirts. I used light gold foil ironContinue reading “Two plain ole’ t-shirts…”

Boy’s Downton Duffle Coat

Around here, the Downton Duffle Coat is our go-to winter coat pattern!  We just love how easy they are to sew, how many sizes are included, and what professional results you can achieve.  This time, the recipient of the Downton Duffle Coat was David, age 7.  His younger brother is wearing this one I madeContinue reading “Boy’s Downton Duffle Coat”

Maternity Jacket Refashion

For several pregnancies now, I’ve had a terrible secret!  Each of these pregnancies were in the winter, but I didn’t have a maternity jacket.  Well, I had one, but it didn’t fit my tall frame and mostly my long arms.  I decided it was just better to be cold than to fight with sleeves thatContinue reading “Maternity Jacket Refashion”

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