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Project Run & Play Pantone Party

It’s with great delight that I share my makes for the Project Run & Play Pantone Party!  Today I’m sharing an overview, and then throughout the next little while, I’ll be sharing a couple of tutorials on how I created these looks. Special thanks to Kalli June Photography for the breathtaking photos of my kidsContinue reading “Project Run & Play Pantone Party”

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”

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…”

Patriotic Fabric Parade

This year I found the perfect patriotic fabric for a special occasion.  Raspberry Creek Fabrics has a new patriotic line of fabric, and I’m in love!  I got 2 of the 8 fabrics, both cotton jersey knits.  They are soft and durable, and last through all the antics my kids put them through. These patrioticContinue reading “Patriotic Fabric Parade”

Polar Bear Raglan T-shirts

If you guessed that I’m on a stash-busting, raglan t-shirt making, boy sewing streak, you’d be correct! So once again, I pulled out the Oliver+S Field Trip Raglan T-shirt pattern and got to work. Enter two polar bear raglan t-shirts. This time, there was just enough of the Birch Organics, super soft cotton knit fabricContinue reading “Polar Bear Raglan T-shirts”

Boy Raglans and Boy Antics

I love these two boys and I love sewing for these two boys!  This project was born out of the need to do some scrap busting.  You see, my friend and fellow tall seamstress over at Sew Journers put out a free spreadsheet called Stash Shrinker.  The idea is to choose a multiplier and onlyContinue reading “Boy Raglans and Boy Antics”

Oliver+S Field Trip Raglan & Cargo Pants Pattern Review

Last week we gave you a glimpse of a BOY outfit we made and only gave you these general details of his outfit: Dress Shirt: Pattern: Ethan Shirt by Sis Boom patterns  Fabric: Robert Kaufman Chambray Union  and Playful Aqua Jacks T-shirt: Pattern: Oliver + S Field Trip Raglan Fabric: Art Gallery Fabrics Sahara Sun & Continue reading “Oliver+S Field Trip Raglan & Cargo Pants Pattern Review”