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'm back this week with the second installment of my Half Square Triangle Quilt Block Tutorial series. This week I am sharing a tutorial on how you can make 4 Half Square Triangles at a time! Such a time saver, for sure. I love that you can make so many at once with this method, but can still use lots of different prints. If you missed the previous installment, you can find the first method of making Half Square Triangles here. I love how Half Square Triangles can be used to show bold prints and vibrant solid colors.
Mother's Day sneaks up on me most every year. I usually end up rushing out to buy some quick gift without putting much thought into it. But this year I am slightly ahead of the game! So I am sharing my quick DIY Mother's Day Mason Jar Planters and including a Free Printable Gift Tag.
Half Square Triangles have to be one of my favorite blocks to sew. They are simple, look good in nearly any fabric choices, and can be used to make countless combinations. I have several HST Quilts that are currently in the works, so I decided to do a simple Half Square Triangle Tutorial so you can make some too!
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!