I had a sick princess this past weekend and decided to make her something that would make her laugh. I figured I would make her a stash straw – I also did a printable How-To so anyone can make one. To download a PDF copy of the pattern and directions click on the directions. … Continue reading
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Thinking Day 2012 – U.A.E.
Pin ItThis weekend revolved around Girl Scouts, Sunday was Thinking Day. If you are unfamiliar with Thinking Day here is a brief synopses of what goes on:Each Troop picks a country the girls learn about a specific country, native food, dress, etc and shares with the other troops. Our troop picked the United Arab Emirates, it was an easy pick because … Continue reading
UPDATED: Countdown Santa Chimney Pattern (Only Took 2 Years)
UPDATED: It was brought to my attention that the files were no there. I apologize it took so long I had to rebuild everything because I in my infinite wisdom deleted the original files. So here is the revamped directions for the Countdown Santa Chimney Pattern. It only took me two years to complete this … Continue reading
How to make a Plush Tram Car – Pattern
The Toby Train has been a bigger hit than I ever expected. When making him I did make a pattern so I could share it with everyone. I did go back and forth on it debating if I should make the pattern complete or if I should only do it half way because of copyright … Continue reading
NO – SEW Child’s Artist Smock
I made my daughter’s artist smock two years ago for Christmas. I did not have a sewing machine that worked but I was quite handy with Liquid Stitch. I have no idea where I saw this idea originally it was two years ago (and a baby later) but I wanted to share with everyone this … Continue reading
Yoga Pants Out of an OLD T-Shirt!
I was reading Nap Time = Craft Time Blog yesterday and she made these amazing yoga pants out of an old t-shirt. I was like I can so do that (please keep in mind my sewing skills are maybe one notch above average.) Straight lines maybe, curves not so much, and decorative stitches not so … Continue reading
Origami and I are mortal enemies but every now and then I actually do something right. I made a book. I can’t remember where I originally found the instructions to do it but I retyped everything from my experience and added a PDF for everyone to share. My book was a quick thing I made … Continue reading
Patterns, Patterns, Patterns…
I have decided to start making patterns to sell on my Etsy store. The first one I put up was the Chocolate Easter Bunny, I did ponder this for a long time because it wasn’t my idea. I did draw the pattern, write the directions, and make the bunny myself but the idea wasn’t mine … Continue reading