YOUR Projects

It’s been a while since I’ve done a roundup post featuring projects you’ve made using Sew Much Ado tutorials and patterns, so I thought today would be a good day!

First, Melanie from Bear Rabbit Bear Crafts made a fun maxi dress using the SoHo Maxi Dress Tutorial


Sally used the Gathers & Giggles Quilt Pattern to make this baby quilt (the quilt was also featured here on the fabric’s designer, Sharon Holland’s blog!)

Many of you have used the Infant Peasant Dress Free Pattern, and it’s fun to all the ways you’ve changed things up to make them unique!

Jen from The Crafting Fiend added shirring and long sleeves…

And even belt loops for an optional sash!

Mellow Marsha added two cute buttons and made a matching headband…
Peasant Dress
I love the fabrics that Ecce Prints used on her dresses…
infant peasant dress #2Baby Peasant Dress

Photosarahcrafts used a vintage sheet to make this dress for the charity auction Love Without Boundaries…

peasant-style baby dress

A gift for her new niece, from Pattern Shmattern.

And how adorable is this outfit from Fashioned By Meg?!

Mama Nic used one of my favorite Michael Miller prints to make her upcoming baby this dress:

One last peasant dress to share, a cute gift ensemble by Amber from Crazy Little Projects


I’ve been really surprised at the number of requests I’ve received for a multi-sized pattern for this dress, and it’s in the works! It will be available this summer, hopefully sooner rather than later :).

And a couple more to finish off our roundup…

I loved seeing the Lola Bea Diaper Bag made out of laminated cotton – made by Mac and Murray.
And Mari Anne made this Cirque d’Elephant Quilt!
Thanks for sharing all of your projects with me, it really makes my day to get an email with something you’ve created using one of my tutorials or patterns, or seeing your project added to our Flickr group. Keep them coming!

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  1. Thanks for featuring my maxi dress! I love to wear it and no one ever guesses that it’s homemade :)

  2. What fun to see all these creative people and what they did with YOUR amazing patterns – can’t wait for the peasant dress pattern in a bigger size!!

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