The internet is swimming with tutorials for No Sew Tutu’s exactly like this one. Maybe it’s because they are just so ridiculously easy, fast and fun to make.
What? You haven’t seen it 23 times elsewhere yet? Fantastic! Because I’ve also written a tutorial here just for you. Continue reading
Thankfully I saw this photo on Pinterest a while back. My jeans were worn through and the holes were getting bigger by the day. Continue reading
I think I like bunting. Maybe even … REALLY like it. Continue reading
Been there and got the t-shirt, right? The only problem is, the t-shirt they gave you was made for a man and, well, you’re not a man. So here’s a 10 minute fix to help make it more curve friendly. Continue reading
There is something about a baby in a hat with ears that makes me just melt. I don’t consider myself a “clucky” kind of person, but this gets me everytime. I mean, really, how can you not smile at that?
She may berate me for it in years to come, but I don’t really care. I think she’s gorgeous. Although I do wish I had used a better setting on the camera for the photo. Ah, we live and learn.
Simply made using an old T-Shirt, some scrap fabric and a touch of ribbon. It’s fantastically quick to sew up, yet looks like you’ve spent a lot of time and effort on it (my favourite type of project!). Continue reading
Poppet is an avid feeder. I’m sure if she were allowed to remain attached to me all day, she would. Ouch!
Such behaviour has seen me become a fan of the sometimes controversial pacifier. It’s just enough to stop her forming hickeys on my arms in the hunt for more food and that’s got to be a good thing!
But the constant sterilizing everytime she spits it onto the floor had me desperate for a fix. When a friend suggested using a pacifier clip, I couldn’t believe I’d forgotten about them. Duh! These little beauties are truly a sanity saver and they are so ridiculously simple. Continue reading
Why not turn your fabric scraps into works of art? Continue reading
These cute flowers are super quick and real easy to make. All you need is some newspaper and thin wire. Continue reading
I had so much fun making this little flower and it’s an ideal project for keeping the fingers busy on a quiet evening.
I love surfing the sewing blogs and one such journey led me to this great tutorial.
Baby has discovered how to crawl. Combine that with a “clingy” phase and not only is the sewing on the backburner, but my fabric printing has been too! So I’m learning to adapt and cater my projects accordingly. Enter, the 1/2-hour-wonder-projects!
It’s amazing what you can fit into the quiet moments. All it took was a brief respite when Hubby had an outing with baby and I was able to do a quick revamp on an item my sister-in-law kindly discarded before heading overseas (thanks C!).