Posts Tagged ‘intermediate sewing’


The Katy Dress by Craftiness is Not Optional

I’m tempted to stay up all night and sew the Katy Dress for my favorite little redhead. I’m in a bit of a clothing funk and my daughter is the proverbial cobbler’s child. Yawn.  Maybe Saturday? Okay, definitely Saturday. The Katy Dress is a sweet little sleeved knit dress, just right for the cooler autumn [...]


Upcycle Dress to Apron by Maiden Jane

Run to your closet and find all the cute dresses you can’t stand to throw out but just don’t fit anymore.  OR go to the thrift store and find the section with the unbearably sweet frocks that are ridiculously small and couldn’t possibly fit a real human woman. (Blogging note: Tiny ladies, I know you [...]


Taking Notes Skirt Tutorial from Sewing in No Mans Land

Oh Kelly, I heart thee.  It’s really not fair that one little lady got all this talent.  Not only are her sewing tutorials and projects truly inspired, but her photography rocks my socks too. Even if you aren’t going to sew this tutorial, you should browse her blog.  You can’t help but be inspired. <teensy [...]


Big Buttons Dress Tutorial by Vivat Veritas

Raise your hand if this dress must come to live in your closet.  I thought so. This dress sewing tutorial from Vivat Veritas is divine, indeed.  Be forewarned that although the dress is easy to sew, the tutorial assumes you are familiar with clothes making and can take your own (basic) measurements and insert a [...]

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