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Lined Lace Linden Shorts Tutorial

Lined Lace Linden Shorts Tutorial

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Today I’m going to show you how I made these cute lace, lined Linden Shorts. I used a pretty eyelet fabric from Cali Fabrics. I have a problem with wanting to sew all the printed fabric and then my daughter likes to pick out her […]

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Juniper and Birch Mash-Up

Juniper and Birch Mash-Up

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Usually for Christmas I make my daughter some fancy dress that gets worn once and then stored in the back of the closet, so this year I decided to make her something more practical. I combined the Juniper and Birch patterns to make a collared […]

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Child Sleeping Bag Tutorial

Child Sleeping Bag Tutorial

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Need a fun present to go along with the Movie Night or Holiday Night PJs? This sleeping bag and pillowcase are the perfect accessory! They’re fun for sleepovers, camping, or movie night at home.   I’ve divided the tutorial up to make it easier to […]

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Free Princess Dress Pattern & Tutorial

Free Princess Dress Pattern & Tutorial

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This year for Halloween my daughter decided she wanted to be Princess Sofia, then it was Snow White, then Ariel, and finally by the time she reached Belle it was time to order fabric so that’s what we went with. I’m not sure who was […]

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Paper Bag Waist Tutorial

Paper Bag Waist Tutorial

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Adding a paper bag waistband is a quick and cute way to change up your Linden shorts or skirt. If making sizes 12mo to 5 years, you will need 3/4″ elastic. If making sizes 6 to 12 years,  you will need 1″ elastic. Cut elastic […]

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Making Your Linden Shorts with Knit

Making Your Linden Shorts with Knit

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I love the look of the traditional Linden Shorts in a denim or twill, but sometimes I just want to sew something up that is quick, easy, and comfortable for my kiddos. The Linden Shorts in French terry or similar sturdy knits do the trick.   In the […]

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Juniper Hack: Ruffles and Elastic Bottom

Juniper Hack: Ruffles and Elastic Bottom

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One of my favorite things to do is modify my patterns. There are so many ways to switch them up with just some simple changes. Today I’m going to show you how to add this cute ruffle detail and elastic bottom to the Juniper Top and […]

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