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Upcycled California Dress to Celebrate Earth Day

I’m a sucker for upcycling and re-using any type of fabric I can get my hands on. In my stash, I have several laundry baskets full of things to re-make into something else. Problem is, I have so much that I don’t have time to do it all. So when Ula over at Lulu & Celeste […]

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Dolman-Capsule Mash for Easter

My oldest daughter fell in love with this white daisies on mint knit and begged for it to be her Easter dress. All I had was two separate yard(ish) long cuts from a bargain lot, so we had to get creative to make my tall girl a modest dress. Luckily, I knew the Girl’s Capsule […]

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Carlie’s Dolman Hacked to Sheath Dress

As the Freestyle Harems Blog Tour wrapped up, I decided it was high time I turned my attention toward sewing up Easter clothes for my kiddos. I’m not sure how I let it slip to the end of my to-do list until less than 2 weeks before Easter, but since I have no time left to shop for specific […]

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Carlie’s Dolman and Capsule Skirt Mash-up

When I got this cotton jersey from a KnitFix back in the early fall, I knew it would make a perfect birthday present dress for my best friend’s girl who loves all things animal print! Then I procrastinated actually getting it made and now it’s a month late … oops! It’s the thought that counts, […]

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Asymmetrical Drape Top to Tunic Hack

I love the Women’s Asymmetrical Drape Top and have kinda missed wearing it since I’ve started wearing my ‘Get Moving’ Leggings more often. So this week, I decided to add enough length to properly cover my butt so I could comfortably wear it with my leggings! To make the Asymmetrical Drape Top into a tunic, I first cut the body […]

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