Another cute sundress that I made for my little rascals. This time it is a FREE pattern by Liesl Gibbons from Oliver + S. Its called the Popover Sundress and is a great pattern for the beginner seamstress. Did I mention it is free???
This was actually one of the first sundresses I made for the ladies. I like the little touch of whimsy with the rickrack trim.
I did make a change to the pattern by adding two contrasting trims on the bottom. I like how it brings out the colors in the main fabric.
I almost forgot to mention that it comes with a matching Doll Pattern!
I absolutely loved this week's theme to pick any place we wanted! Since we live by the beach I knew we had to do something to do the with water. And one of the places I have wanted to travel most is Greece. I was inspired by the dreamy Mediterranean blues and greens and wanted to make flowing pieces that would be at home along the water. You can vote for my look over at Project Run & Play!
I am so excited to share this with you all. The lovely ladies over at Simple Simon and Company who run Project Run & Play reached out to me and asked if I would like to be a contestant on Season 13 of Project Run & Play. And of course since this has always been on my bucket list, I said yes (if you follow me on instagram, you may have already heard)!
Make some easy DIY Pot Holders to give as a gift or just because! Today I have a super easy pot holder tutorial and pattern for you. This is a quick and simple sew and can be used with your favorite scrap fabrics. Even better, you can quilt it or not quilt it. I love using small bits of contrasting fabrics for a big pop of color. I mixed this gorgeous print from Bari J. that my best friend Jennie had gifted me last year, with some coordinating fabrics and made the cutest little pot holders to send her. She was so excited to receive a sewing gift in the mail with one of her favorite prints. I just love how new pot holders can spruce up your kitchen!