Abby from Things for Boys guest blogs at Emmaline Bags with a post showing the postage stamp bag she made for a good friend.  At first glance, it looks like she found some awesome fabric printed with postage stamp images.  …

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Miriam Tribe from Mad Mim shows her clever solution to the strapless dress problem.  You know, the dress that is perfect in every way – except for the fact that it’s strapless and you want the security of sleeves?  She added …

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Friday night my friend Denise (you might recognize her as Craft Gossip’s Needlework editor) came over and we sewed up a stack of ditty bags.  They’ll be filled with goodies and delivered to children with Cystic Fibrosis who are …

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LiEr from ikat bag recently made a fabric playhouse for her daughter’s teddy bear Bearaby.  It’s made like the child playhouses that fit over a card table, but she used a child’s play table instead so the scale is right …

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Amy from Positively Splendid guest blogs at Honeybear Lane with a free printable sewing project planner.  She uses these planners in her own sewing process.  She often cuts multiple projects out at the same time, and then packs all the …

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Alicia from Alicia’s Hiding Place shows off the purse she made for her sister.   The body of the bag is in the shape of  a house, with all the details appliqued on. There’s even a clothes line on the back!!  Go

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Katja from Of Dreams and Seams shares her latest refashioning project.  This time she’s using instructions from a 1940′s fashion magazine that shows how to use two shirts (one black, one white) to make a color blocked blouse.  In addition …

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Jessica from Running With Scissors shows a beautiful blouse she recently made.  The top itself is very simple – a basic blouse with short sleeves and a round neck – which makes all of the French knots she made a …

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Katja from Of Dreams and Seams took nine of her husband’s unwanted shirts and turned them into one very fabulous dress.  She shares photos of the finished project along with detailed construction notes.  Read more about her project at Of

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Aunt Peaches shows what she did with a thrifted skirt that turned out to not fit her.  Being her resourceful self, she turned it into a cafe curtain instead.  It took just a few minutes, and no sewing was required.  Read

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Michele from Michele Made Me posts on her blog showing how she turned one old towel into three new washcloths.  It’s as simple as cutting the old towel into squares and then binding them off.  The binding keeps the edges …

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Katja from Of Dreams and Seams just finished making a pair of handsewn leather gloves using a vintage 1950′s pattern.  She’s got photos and a project description on her blog.  Go there now to see more pictures and read about …

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Kataryna from Chibi Designs shares some photos on her blog, Sew Chibi, showing the ruffled Easter lamb suit she made for her daughter.  And since lambs are fluffy, she covered the hooded romper in a rainbow of pastel ruffles.  …

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Jodie from Love Them Madly recounts her adventures teaching her young boys to sew.  She used a project from the book Sewing School, a superhero cuff from felt.  Is there any first project more perfect for active boys?  She …

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Check out this sparkly top that Suzannah from Adventures in Dressmaking found on clearance.  Would you believe that she was able to turn it into a smart little sequined dress?  She did!  And she posted pictures on her blog to …

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