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Juniper and Birch Mash-Up
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Juniper and Birch Mash-Up

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 shirt dress. I’ve been wanting to make this combo for…

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Paper Bag Waist Tutorial
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Paper Bag Waist Tutorial

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 the length noted in the full length elastic chart. Cut…

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A Button Hadley for Layering
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A Button Hadley for Layering

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 that is perfect for layering a shirt under. You can find…

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Hadley Button Hack
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Hadley Button Hack

Today I have another hack for the Hadley Top & Dress. I’ve been wanting to add button closures to the front straps for a long time and today I’m going to show you how. This will be a great hack leading up to cooler weather since it would look really cute layered.   I used a sweet Robert Kaufman voile for this…

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Movie Night PJ Pattern
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Movie Night PJ Pattern

This pajama pattern has been a long time in the making. I actually thought I would get it out before Christmas for everyone to make cute little holiday jammies, but over six months later, I finally have it finished! Introducing the Movie Night Pajamas.   The pattern comes in sizes 12 months to 12 years…

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JillyAtlanta Mae Dress
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JillyAtlanta Mae Dress

I was so excited when Jill of JillyAtlanta asked if I would like to test her new Mae dress. She didn’t have to ask me twice! I love her designs. Some of  you may remember the Belted Shorts I made my daughter last year, and I fell in love with Jill’s style of instruction. She…

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