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Boys CAN Wear Pink

I try my best not to limit my kids from any clothing that they want on the basis of gender stereotypes. I may not take my boys out shopping while they’re wearing princess dresses, but I darn sure am not discouraging that imaginary play when we’re at home (just yesterday my youngest came into the kitchen wearing […]

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Out of my Funk with the Asymmetrical Drape Top

I’ve been embroidering more and sewing less over the last few weeks. I discovered a new “addiction” of making key fobs and finger puppets in my machine’s embroidery hoop and had been stitching out many to try my hand at selling at our local Farmer’s Market. Now that the market days are over for the […]

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Sale Rack Refashion

When I began sewing for my family, my main focus was up-cycling old clothes/curtains/sheets into “new” clothes. My reasoning was simply because it was so much cheaper than buying new fabric. I was learning and was hesitant to spend a lot on something that I might mess up, so I re-purposed many things into “new” for […]

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A Day Late and A Dollar Short: My Boys’ New Parker’s T-shirts

Soooo, I ordered these awesome Slimer panels from Star Dust Textiles early this spring with big plans in mind to make matching Parker’s Vintage T-shirts for my four boys for Father’s Day. Plenty of time, right? I then procrastinated on them until the Daddy & Me Tour started, when I decided I really better get […]

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Daddy & Me Blog Tour Roundup

The Daddy & Me Blog Tour is all wrapped up. These 8 ladies did a wonderful job showcasing Parker’s Vintage Fit T-Shirt in both Men’s and Youth sizes to celebrate the dads in their lives! It was a fun change to see the men getting in front of the camera to model their new shirts! […]

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