Reversible Baby Dress Pattern – answering FAQs!

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Our Perfect A Line Dress pattern for baby is Tie Dye Diva’s top-selling pattern on Etsy year after year. It’s beginner friendly, low on fabric needs, and reversible so you get two dresses from one sew! I get two questions most frequently about this pattern (and its big sister pattern, Perfect A Line Dress for…

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How to Sew a Faux Fur Pom Pom

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Fur pompoms are trending again, adding a touch of whimsical floof to hats, backpacks, key fobs, and more. They also make great little creatures and cat toys! Faux fur pompoms are so easy to sew, you don’t need to buy them. Here’s how to sew a faux fur pom pom. For this faux fur pompom…

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Life’s a Picnic – Free Roll Up Picnic Blanket Tutorial

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Picnic without fear of wet bottoms or nasty picnic tables! Everyone is getting outside right now and we’ve got a simple tutorial for you for a BIG, fabulous, portable picnic blanket that will keep you dry and clean and snacking in style. It also makes a great emergency blanket to leave in the car, since…

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Open Back Lemon Drop Top

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Summers are perfect for being carefree and creative!  That’s just what my girl did here when she grabbed some fabric and began adding rubber bands and fabric dye with reckless youthful abandon.  When we pulled it out of the wash, I knew I had to make something special for her with her own personalized fabric, and…

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New York Minute for Girls Hack – Hi Low Hem

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You can finish your New York Minute Dress Pattern for Girls with a high low hemline! We’re going to walk you through that one today.  Those of you that have selected the hi low hem with the ribbing, simply attach your ribbing as shown in step 6b on page 12 of the pattern’s instructions, and…

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New York Minute for Girls Hack – Scrunch Neck

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This modification of New York Minute Dress for Girls is probably one of our favorites simply because of the cozy factor, and you can play around with some cute fabric for the lining!  This scrunch neck will keep kids’ necks super warm and comfortable, and the bonus is that this hack is incredibly simple and…

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Sew an Elena of Avalor Isabel-Inspired Dress – Tutorial

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My girls are really into coordinating their costumes for Halloween, so it was only a matter of time before they asked to dress up like the sisters in the Disney cartoon series Elena of Avalor.  We already have a tutorial for making the Elena inspired dress, so all we need is the Isabel inspired dress!…

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How to Make Roll Up Pants or Shorts using Potato Chip or any Pattern

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What’s better than making something for our kids that’s not only practical, but versatile and fashionable too?!  I can’t even begin to tell you how many times I’ve had to roll up my kids’ pants or shorts, only to have them fall right back down.  Well today we’re solving that issue by showing you how…

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Lemon Drop Dress Hack – Hi-Low and Maxi Hems

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If you’re making a hi-low hem, read our first section below. We’ll show you how to draft your hi-low hem facings and finish this type of hem. If you are sewing a maxi length, skip to Maxi Hems further down in the post for some pointers. If you’re sticking with the standard Lemon Drop pattern…

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