Girl’s Nightgown Pattern – Unicorn Bellamy Edition

Bellamy Nightgown Pattern for Girls

As I started writing this post, I realized that I sewed this unicorn nightgown for Hattie exactly three months ago, for her 6th birthday (still wondering how my baby is 6). Since then I’ve sewn a number of other things for my girls that also haven’t shown up here yet, so I figured I better get to it! I used our favorite girl’s nightgown pattern, the Bellamy Nightgown pattern, and as you’ll see below, Hattie’s favorite furry friend got a matching unicorn nightgown of her own. [Read more…]

Reusable Swiffer Duster Cloths Tutorial

Reusable Swiffer Cloth Duster

In today’s world, so many of us are trying to find ways to use less disposable products and create less trash, and saving money while we’re at it never hurts either! Using reusable or natural cleaning products is one way I’ve found it easiest to do so, and today’s project is a great example of that! I made these DIY reusable cloth dusters that fit over a Swiffer duster handle, and they only get better with each use and wash. I’m sharing both a free pattern and video tutorial with you today so you can make some for yourself!

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Free Footed Baby Pants Pattern

Baby Pants Pattern - Free

This free footed baby pants pattern will quickly become one that you find yourself sewing over and over again! If you hate trying to keep socks on a baby’s feet as much as I did when my babies were, well, babies, you’ll love these little pants. They were my favorite pants to put Hattie in when she was a newborn, and have now been one of my favorite DIY baby gifts to make for years! [Read more…]

DIY Herringbone Headboard

How to Make a Herringbone Headboard

Today’s DIY herringbone headboard project ranks as one of my very favorite projects ever. It was definitely fun to learn how to make a herringbone headboard, and I’m so excited to share the finished project with you today! [Read more…]

Face Mask Pattern – 5 Different Ways

How to make a face mask

There’s a lot of info coming at us recently, between the news, social media, school emails (sooo many school emails), and in the sewing world, a big topic has been about how to make a face mask due to the shortages many areas are currently experiencing. I originally signed up to help with the 100 Million Masks project, but amazingly a local company stepped up to take them all on in our area. I want to help how I can (but also only if it’s actually needed, which I’ll share more about below), but have also felt a bit frozen with the decisions of what face mask pattern I should even be using.

With the thought that maybe I wasn’t alone in needing some direction, I decided to choose 5 different face mask patterns to make, each unique from the others, so I could share my thoughts and help you if you find yourself also learning how to make a face mask. [Read more…]