Indigo Dress Review

The next pattern we’d like to review from Project Street Style is the Indigo Dress. Let’s pause a moment and let our star get ready… It’s the Indigo Dress designed by Jennuine Design for Project Run & Play. We’ve loved every pattern we’ve sewn designed by Jenn, and the Indigo Dress pattern didn’t let usContinue reading “Indigo Dress Review”

Introducing the Stoplight Skirt

Meet my newest pattern, the Stoplight Skirt! I designed this skirt for the Project Street Style pattern collection with Project Run & Play. It’s making all my girls’ skirt dreams come true! The Stoplight Skirt offers 3 views: Full Stop maxi, She’s A Caution midi, and Girl on the Go pencil skirt. Perfect for everyContinue reading “Introducing the Stoplight Skirt”

2 Risu Dresses

The final garment I sewed for the Project Nature Adventure collection is a Risu Dress using Tide Pools double brushed poly fabric. This fun combination creates a really cute dress. Before I used my good fabric, I had to test this pattern with some scrap fabric. I grabbed some double brushed poly from the stash,Continue reading “2 Risu Dresses”

Follow the Tracks Cotton Jersey Fabric

Follow the Tracks is a very special fabric to me because I designed it for the Project Nature Adventure fabric collection with Project Run & Play!! I sewed up a couple of things with this fabric for the lookbook and fabric collection. We’ll just go ahead and jump right into the cute baby photos here!Continue reading “Follow the Tracks Cotton Jersey Fabric”

Back to School with Project Run & Play

The Cicero Jacket is one of 4 new patterns in the Project Run & Play shop, releasing just in time for the Back to School tour.  This is a very fun pattern, with lots of options to make the Cicero Jacket special. I sewed a size 8 for my 8 year old.  It’s just aboutContinue reading “Back to School with Project Run & Play”

Adventure Mapped Cotton Jersey Fabric

The next fabric we’d like to share is the Adventure Mapped cotton jersey fabric. We used this to make 2 garments, and they’ve become very fast favorites around here. Adventure Mapped is the main print from the Project Nature Adventure fabric collection. It has elements of all of the other designers fabrics in it, andContinue reading “Adventure Mapped Cotton Jersey Fabric”

Treeline Cotton Jersey Fabric

The next garment from our Forest Friends photoshoot that we’d like to share is the Pudding Pants worn by Lowell. You can see the whole lookbook here. We used Treeline cotton jersey fabric from the Project Nature Adventure fabric collection. Treeline is designed by Lisa of Mabey She Made It. She arranged green watercolor treesContinue reading “Treeline Cotton Jersey Fabric”

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…”

Double brushed poly VS modal jersey

This is a comparison of 2 knit fabrics, double brushed poly and modal jersey. They have quite a few things in common, yet each fabric is unique. We hope you find our double brushed poly vs. modal jersey comparison helpful. Find our comparison of the fabrics rayon challis vs viscose poplin here. The modal jerseyContinue reading “Double brushed poly VS modal jersey”

DIY Cat Face T-shirt Tutorial

Let’s make a cute cat face t-shirt…with a bow! If you know a little kitty lover, you are about to make them their new favorite shirt! In fact, maybe you’d better make them two, it’s that fast and easy! Cat Face t-shirt materials list: Cricut Maker Machine (or other cutting machine) EasyPress machine, other heatContinue reading “DIY Cat Face T-shirt Tutorial”

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