This project was inspired by my sweet niece. For her 9th birthday I decided to make her an apron because she loves to bake and cook. However, I was down to the wire and I did not want to reinvent the wheel. So, I went online in search for a pattern. Needless to say, I could not find one I liked or one in her size so, I had to reinvent the wheel. The apron is adjustable and will fit a girls size 6-9 years old.View full article →
I recently made a PJ stuffy for my niece using the Melly & Me Wild Flower Meadow panel. You can find the post here. I decided to make something similar for her sister so, I came up with the Kitty PJ Pillow. It has a small pillow insert with enough room to stuff her PJ's in. I didn't want to reinvent the wheel so, I used Purlsoho free City Gym Short Tutorial, and made two coordinating pj shorts.View full article →
Patterns by Annie has created a sewing pattern for you to make a compact jewelry travel pouch for your earrings, rings, and necklaces. It features four pockets for you to neatly store and separate your necklaces and a mesh panel to clip your earrings onto, so that they do not get into a tangled mess while traveling.
The bag is quilted and in the shape of a trifold wallet, with a strap to hold it all together. Keeping your jewelry safe and sound while you travel or at homeView full article →
Hello! Here is a useful little book bag I created for my Bible. It's probably the first thing I actually made for myself (that was not clothing). I only seem to make things as gifts. I did make a few of these. I gave one to my mom for her birthday and one for my mother-in-law for Christmas. The tote has an interior pocket for tissues, mints etc.. and a pen pocket to hold highlighters and pen for note taking. I also included small notebooks and a prayer journal. This tote is the perfect size to keep everything together for your devotional time with Jesus and for taking to church.View full article →