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Tips for Sewing with Fleece

While many of you are still in back to school or summer-has-just-ended mode, at our house we are in the full swing of preparing for Halloween.  In the last 2 weeks I have purchased almost 60 yards of fleece in preparation for making costumes for my Etsy store.   By far, the most popular costume… Continue reading Tips for Sewing with Fleece

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Remembering the fun and lessons of Halloween

Sarah really did it up right with her Care Bear characters for Halloween. She kept it simple and made it fun. When you choose characters that make you smile, there is no way it can be considered “work”! Years ago, when my children were small, I faced a dilemma on the days leading up to… Continue reading Remembering the fun and lessons of Halloween

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Halloween Part 2 – Care Bear Count Down

As a child I REALLY liked the Care Bears – my bed donned with Care Bear sheets and playtime filled with the Care Bear count down.  I remember being so envious of some family friends I played with that had plastic Care Bear figurines with a heart shaped cloud carrier. So, when I did a search on Amazon… Continue reading Halloween Part 2 – Care Bear Count Down

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Halloween Part 1: All Aboard the Elsa Train

For my niece’s birthday in early October, I decided to indulge in her love of all-things-Frozen and make her a Princess Elsa dress.  Of course, it was more than convenient that Halloween followed shortly thereafter.  Scroll to the bottom of the post (or just keep reading) to see the finished dress on my muse!