Tag Archives: baby clothes

Fancy Pants tutorial

Looking for ideas for cute spring bottoms for my little one, I stumbled across long winter denim pants at Target for an unbeatable clearance price.  If you have read any of my blogs, you know I’m all about stretching that dollar!  Because of … Continue reading

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I did it!

After just looking at my new serger for months without ever opening the box or turning it on, I finally did it. I turned it on…. for the first time! I spent several hours playing with it.  Once I began to … Continue reading

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Trades day…NAILED IT!

The Trades Day was a huge success for me. I sold tons of baby shoes bibs and tutus! This was my first ever trades day or flea market of any kind. I really had a good time talking to everyone, … Continue reading

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A BIG THANK YOU!

I am just a regular home sewist. I have never taken any classes or had a sewing teacher of any kind in my adult life. My grandmother taught me sewing basics.  She taught me enough to make Barbie clothes, doll clothes, … Continue reading

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Quick cutie bib tutorial

Here is a tutorial for a super quick, super cute, almost free bib! With one yard of fabric and one old receiving blanket, you should be able to get 4 bibs! My yard of fabric cost $2.50 and I got … Continue reading

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Covered button safety for babies

I have to say, there is something special about a covered button on an outfit. Especially when it’s in a contrasting fabric. A few weeks back, I made a peasant dress for Little One.  I gave it a gathered high … Continue reading

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