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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A Button Hadley for Layering

A Button Hadley for Layering

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I started working on a sleeve add-on for the Hadley Top, Tunic & Dress pattern, but for now it’s been pushed back a few projects. But, I have a fun way to use the Hadley in colder weather! This fall I posted a button front hack 

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The Meaningfully Made Collection

The Meaningfully Made Collection

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So, it’s not a collection yet, per se…but it’s the start of one with the newest Sew a Little Seam pattern–the Constance Sweater. I’m really excited about this pattern as it’s the first in a series of patterns where 100% of proceeds will go to 

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Twig & Tale Welcome Blog Tour

Twig & Tale Welcome Blog Tour

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I am so thrilled to be a part of the Twig & Tale Welcome Blog Tour!  Formerly Big Little, the new name isn’t the only difference for this pattern company. The patterns now have more options, with a gorgeous clean layout that is even easier to navigate. What hasn’t 

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Sew Much Ado Sullivan Dress

Sew Much Ado Sullivan Dress

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My poor neglected blog! I need to get caught up! First I want to show you all this super cute new pattern from Sew Much Ado–The Sullivan Dress! I am loving this crop top style dress. This is the first time I’ve made my daughter a maxi 

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Linden Shorts & Skirt Pattern

Linden Shorts & Skirt Pattern

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I’m happy to introduce my newest pattern – the Linden Shorts & Skirt! It comes in sizes 12 months to 12 years and is loaded with options, so you can make a variety of outfits for both boys and girls. There are two short lengths, a 

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Exposed Elastic Skirt Tutorial

Exposed Elastic Skirt Tutorial

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If you have some lace scraps and elastic lying around, this is the perfect project for you. These little skirts are really easy to throw together and require just small amounts of fabric. There is a bit of math involved, but it’s not bad at 

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