DSC_0132Katryna from Sew Chibi made this kawaii outfit for her due baby, due to arrive in just a few short weeks.  Like all of her designs, this little outfit is packed with fun details.  She made the top from a super …

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squigglytwigsvalentineI’ve been known to use tutorials for little girl outfits to make cool clothes for my daughter’s 18″ doll.  Debbie from Squiggly Twigs Designs did the opposite.  She was inspired by a tutorial for making a doll skirt, but …

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Check out this awesome kid’s Explorer Sash made by Randi from An Eclectic Mess and Dukes & Duchesses!  The raw-edged fabric sash has all the loops and pockets a young explorer needs to keep his (or her) tools at hand and …

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In the latest episode (number 19) of GreenStitch, Anne K. interviews Tina Sparkles, author of Little Green Dresses.  Topics of the interview include patternmaking and thrifting.  Also covered in this episode is an update on Anne’s hospital sewing project. …

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Lookie what came in the mail yesterday – a box full of happy Dolly Donation dolls.  Suzi from Heber Springs, Arkansas sent them in to our Craft Gossip Dolly Donation Challenge

Aren’t they the sweetest?  Look at those …

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**I’m reposting this from yesterday, since yesterday’s post had a bad link.  My apologies for the confusion!!  This is what happens when your Craft Gossip Sewing editor gets too many windows open on her computer at the same time.  The

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Care from Obsessively Stitching finishes out her Rubik’s Cube week with a cool storage basket shaped like – wait  for it – a Rubik’s Cube.  She used her storage basket tutorial to make it, but enclosed the seams and added …

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Christie from A Lemon Squeezy Shop and A Lemon Squeezy Home made this adorable 1920′s-inspired dress and headband for her toddler girl.  What a cute little flapper dress!!  It’s part of her Sewing Through the Decades series.  See more photos

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Lookie what Dana from MADE just made!  It’s a swim cover-up made from a shirred beach towel.  BRILLIANT!!  The towel fabric absorbs water, and the bright colors are perfect for summer.  Read more about her project at MADE.

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Gina Sekelsky from lettergirl and Rich Inner Life shows her most recently completed sewing project - a handstitched cardigan covered with a favorite quote from Maya Angelou.  The simple lines of the cardigan are the perfect background for the words of …

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Melissa Caringer from Featherweight has set out on an ambitious sewing project at her blog 21 days 21 dresses.  Her goal is to create 21 dresses in 21 days.  Some are refashioned, some are made from scratch.  Some are made …

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Lookie what Cheri from I Am Momma, Hear Me Roar put together for her nephew!  She used bleach and simple embroidery to recreate the look of her her nephew’s favorite clothing brand in a plain tee and damaged hoodie.  I …

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Claudia posts on Wardrobe Refashion with a picture of the padded carrying case she made for her DVR.  Rather than fussing with layering batting between the shell and the lining, she used an old crib bumper to make the body of …

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Cara AKA The DI Denizen shares her cure for the common jumper.  She lopped off some length and used the fabric to create sleeves.  Now she has this fabulous dress!  Read more about her project at The DI Denizen.

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Marigold from Hideous Dreadful Stinky created this set of family portrait coasters as a housewarming gift for friends.  Aren’t they fabulous??  Read more about this project on her blog.

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