Beginner sewer · Inspiration · Marty's Posts · Scraps · Sewing · Tips

DIY Famous Maker Eyeglass Case

I love a “scrappy Saturday” and you’ll love what I made this weekend! My friend just ordered three new pairs of sunglasses, and wanted some cute cases to match her great style. Like me, she doesn’t like those bulky, hard cases in her purse. These “Vera look-a-likes” fit the bill. And they are a great… Continue reading DIY Famous Maker Eyeglass Case

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

Beginner sewer · Sarah's Posts · Serger Projects · Sewing

Easy DIY Flannel Pajama Pants

Flannel pajama pants are a quick and easy gift for everyone on your list! Why make them instead of purchasing them at a store?  First, they really are an inexpensive thing to make. I bought my 100% cotton snuggle flannel at Joann Fabrics during Thanksgiving week and it was all 75% off – making most of… Continue reading Easy DIY Flannel Pajama Pants

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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

Beginner sewer · Christmas · Holiday · Purses and Bags · Sarah's Posts · Sewing

Reversible Tote, Gift, or Wine Bag with Endless Possibilities

There are SO MANY possibilities and variations to this basic pattern for a reversible bag.  I will go through the basics for a bag with finished dimensions approximately 15″ high x 12″ wide, which is a great size for groceries or just toting around stuff. I use a bag this size as a knitting bag (to hold all my supplies for… Continue reading Reversible Tote, Gift, or Wine Bag with Endless Possibilities

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Easy Cloth Napkins, Tablecloth, and Napkin Rings

Welcome to our first post in the series – 12 Days of Stocking Stuffers! Remember to follow us and add your comments/tips for the giveaways. I feel like I should start this post by giving a shout out to my husband who has put up with a lot of crafting and sewing supplies littered in our living… Continue reading Easy Cloth Napkins, Tablecloth, and Napkin Rings