The post for this Kitty Cat hair clip was originally shared over at Rebel & Malice. You can see the original post here.
I originally created the tutorial as a quick gift idea for Rebel & Malice and it makes a great stocking stuffer. It also is a great Spring hair accessory. Kittens and other cute baby animals (ducks, chicks, bunnies, and puppies) always make me think of Spring. This project is easy enough that older children should be able to do it themselves. It’s also quick! Quick little projects are my absolute favourite. Depending on how fast you hand sew you could make several in an hour. Continue reading “Tutorial: Kitty Cat Hair Clip” →
Hi! I’m guest posting over at Wally and Grace today. We’re actually doing a guest post swap! She created a cute garden flag tutorial which you can see a peek of below. For my tutorial, I created a fairly simple coaster using, what else, felt! I ♥ felt. Head on over to check out the tutorial and sew yourself (or a loved one) a pretty coaster just in time for Valentine’s Day! I promise it doesn’t take long at all!
Here’s a little peek at the tutorial Amy (of Wally and Grace) created. Click on the image to go to the full post!
Amy of Wally and Grace is back with a tutorial to make a cute garden flag! Check out the interview with her to learn more about her and all her sewing inspirations. Read on to learn how to create your very own garden flag!
I don’t know about you, but I love to see a little bit of color in the garden this time of year. It’s quick and easy to sew up one of these garden flags and there are endless ways to decorate it.
Here’s how I made one: Continue reading “Guest Post: Sew a Garden Flag by Wally and Grace” →
I have a guest post to make these cute Kitty Cat Hair Clips over at Rebel & Malice today. Click the picture to get to the post.
If you make one, I’d love to see it!
Hi all! I have Melissa from Rebel & Malice on the blog today sharing a tutorial (and pattern!) to make a cute cat ear beret. I love cats! And ears on hats for kids, so cute! Continue reading “Tutorial: Cat Ear Beret by Rebel & Malice” →
This post was originally on FleeceFun and I’m finally reposting it here.
Do you have a doll loving kid? Maybe this kid is also the kind of kid that likes to unclothe the dolls, loses the clothing and then poor thing has to go around naked? Not anymore, this doll skirt tutorial is pretty quick so you can get your dolly covered up.
Continue reading “Tutorial: Tiered ruffle doll skirt” →