One of the more enjoyable alteration projects I had this week was to transform this pretty strapless chiffon gown to make it suitable for a young 17 year old girl, who is very self conscious and concerned about a wardrobe malfunction at her school ball. D
Hello Cuties, I went with hubby to doctor today and afterwards we stopped by their Walmart. I found this gingham fabric 100% polyester! The group members are packing tomorrow so when we got home, I cut out and made almost all the black one, then we had co
Cuties yesterday morning I had 3 ladies from my Sunday School class come over, so we could cut out girls dresses and boys shorts for the missions. In a little less than 2 hours (and Debbie missed about half as she came late) we had 9 dresses cut out an
Hello Cuties, As I stated in another post, I needed to make some clothes for a child who can only wear 100% polyester fabrics, because she has so many allergies. This was a ladies nightshirt I got at the thrift shop, only because I had trouble
Peppermint Swirl Dress, Finally! Took me over two years to finally start the project. Took about 9 hours to finish. My Babylock Evolution Serger was a life saver in piecing the flounces. The rolled wave hem looks perfect on it!
Quilt is all done by hand. The whole quilt was restored. All taken apart, fabric pieces replaced, new back and re quilted. Quilt was made by Grandma, given to grandchild and now the Mother is giving it to her child. Happy Stitching!!!
I have just been blessed with 3 massive (read garbage bag size) bags of sewing to do in the next 2 weeks. Among the goodies I have been asked to repair the button on a pair of shorts. It is like a jeans button only it has one hole in the centre. I've bee
Set of 3 lined accessory bags done ITH. Pattern from The Stitch Connection - #323 Bag It! There are 3 variations for each of the 3 sizes so many options. This is for a friend who has had radical cancer surgery. She's quite a fighter. I'm doing bags for
Hello Cuties! I had to sew today. I had the NEED to sew today, something that I would enjoy sewing.<br /><br /> I picked up 2 fat quarters Saturday, which is now the outer body of the bag, not knowing at the time what I would make with them. The steamp
I took a class about a month ago at one of the quilt shops and we made this potholder with layers of folded strips. The most fun was sharing time with other sewers. I need to tweek the design a bit as the one point of my star just disappeared into the bor