Baby things · Beginner sewer · Marty's Posts · Recycle · Serger Projects · Sewing

Make a girls dress from what’s in your closet!

I’m so excited to share my version of the “Dress shirt/T-shirt  up-cycle” I  made this weekend for my granddaughter. I found some different versions of each on Pinterest, but wanted to combine them for my own cute creation! I know it’s been awhile since I’ve posted and it’s long past time to get back at… Continue reading Make a girls dress from what’s in your closet!

Baby things · Beginner sewer · Holiday · Sarah's Posts · Sewing

Children’s Fleece Infinity Scarf

A friend sent me a message last week asking if I would mind using my “awesome sewing skills” to make her baby a fleece infinity scarf. Apparently finding one of these for an almost 1 year old isn’t as easy…  I knew this would be a project that would take less than an hour, so… Continue reading Children’s Fleece Infinity Scarf

Baby things · Beginner sewer · Marty's Posts · Serger Projects · Sewing · Tips · Uncategorized

Best Child’s Hooded Towel

Hello beautiful! Babies, toddlers, parents and grandparents alike LOVE these towels. If you are anything like me, you find bath time with little ones to be a special time of giggles, snuggles and good smells. These towels wrap your child in homemade practicality and love! Making these towels ranks right up there as one of my… Continue reading Best Child’s Hooded Towel

Baby things · Felt · Sarah's Posts · Sewing

Zoo Animal Felt Puppets – Tutorial and Pattern

I have to start by giving credit to Larissa @ Just Another Day in Paradise, who created some AMAZING Old McDonald farm animal felt puppets with detailed patterns, instructions, and pictures. I am obsessed with these puppets even though they are a bit tedious to cut out and sew. Also, they have been a super… Continue reading Zoo Animal Felt Puppets – Tutorial and Pattern