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Apr 26 2018

Sparkle Geranium Dress

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Along with the baby quilt and bag that I sent off, I also wanted to include something for big sis. After verifying with her mom that she was now a few sizes bigger, I decided to go with a Geranium Dress, pattern from Made by Rae. This is definitely one of my go-to patterns for […]

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Apr 22 2018

Tula Pink Triangles Bag

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As I mentioned in my previous post, I had some leftover triangles from the baby quilt I was making. Not one to waste already sewn fabric, The triangles were in the perfect dimension to make a bag. I used the same solid color that I previously used for the quilt binding as at the sides. […]

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Apr 14 2018

Tula Pink Triangles Baby Quilt

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A recent finish for my friend’s little girl. I had these Tula Pink fat quarters for a really long time. Probably over 3 years, but just never had the right project for them. I think I may have used one of them at some point, but never got around to using the rest of them. […]

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Oct 16 2017

Pokemon Weepinbell Halloween Costume

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As we get closer to Halloween, I’ve got some costume related posts. The first is this Weepinbell Pokemon costume that I made for a group Pokemon costume at work. We decided on Pokemon because there was variety for people to pick something they liked and they could go as complicated as they wanted or just […]

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Sep 16 2017

Another Geranium Dress

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I was sending some quilts for my cousin’s baby boy (post coming soon) but I didn’t want to send them along without sending something for his older sister. She’s quite the little fashionista so dresses are always a good bet for her 🙂 So I made her another Geranium Dress (patter by Made by Rae). […]

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Jul 24 2017

Truly Victorian 441 – 1861 Garibaldi Blouse

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The next item which I made for the Victorian ensemble for the Dickens Fair was the Truly Victorian 441 – 1861 Garibaldi Blouse. This was probably the easiest and most straight forward piece of the ensemble that I made. I was fortunate that Jill had already made hers (technically twice, since she made a muslin […]

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Jul 16 2017

Victorian Petticoat based on Truly Victorian free pattern

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When you’ve got a hoop skirt, you’ve got to have a petticoat to go on top of it. Otherwise you can see all the hoops through it. I made my petticoat based off the Truly Victorian Free Petticoat Pattern. They’ve got all the yardage listed there although I ended up buying an entire bolt of […]

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Jul 07 2017

Truly Victorian TV141 Round Cage Crinoline Hoop Skirt

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This post is waaaay over due. This hoop skirt, or crinoline as they are sometimes known, is from the Truly Victorian pattern TV141 – 1858 Round Cage Crinoline. My friend Jill and I made them together last December for the Dickens Fair. We pretty much made it exactly per the pattern so there’s not a […]

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May 13 2017

Betz White Weekend Duffle Craftsy Class

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I recently completed the Betz White Weekend Duffle. This pattern is offered as part of her Craftsy class Sew Better Bags: The Weekend Duffel. I won the class for one of the bags I submitted to the Bag of the Month Club competition. I was super excited about it! Thanks, Bag of the Month Club! […]

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Apr 01 2017

Sew Sweetness Kismet Trinket Box Binding Kit

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I’m am so excited about these little guys! They are the Sew Sweetness Kismet Trinket Boxes.  The left is the large circular one one and the right is the small square one with the height decreased by an additional inch so that it’s only about 3 inches tall. I used some free fat quarters I […]

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