Tag Archives: tunic

Boxy Boyfriend Tee Times Two

Have you seen EYMM’s new Boxy Boyfriend Tee yet? Have you snagged yourself a copy of the pattern and sewn one or two up for yourself? If not, you totally should! I pre-tested it and then got super-busy helping my kids get projects ready for county fair during testing so I didn’t get a chance […]

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Growing Up Handmade

If you hadn’t noticed, I do a lot of sewing for my oldest daughter. Her off-the-charts height for her age (she’s now 5’11” and not even 12 years old yet!) makes it hard to buy age-appropriate clothing. Besides many of the styles being a bit too mature for her, many store-bought things just aren’t long […]

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Another Year, Another Ruffle Dolman

About a year and a half ago, I made my oldest girl a pink ruffle fabric Carlie’s Dolman Top and she’s worn it just about to it’s death. She’s also mostly outgrown it thanks to shooting up almost 8 inches in height, though she tries to wear it anyways sometimes. So when we started discussing Easter […]

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My First Brush with Brushed Poly

Brushed polyester spandex seems to be taking the online fabric world by storm lately (at least it is on social media). It had certainly piqued my curiosity, but I’ve been *trying* to work my way through my rather large stash before buying anything new. So I was thrilled when Kelly at So Sew English offered to send me […]

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Dreaming of Fall with Striped French Terry

I’ve been dreaming of this shirt since shortly after I received this super soft and stretchy French terry in a Girl Charlee KnitFix last spring. After I got past the “I just want to pet this fabric cause it’s so soft” stage, I decided that it would be too warm for the summer and so […]

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