Spring Dress Handmade

This simple dress tutorial is easy to personalize for all body types and sizes. This style of dress can be made with a multitude of fabrics and prints. For this particular dress, I used a jersey stretch fabric that feels great against the skin and is least likely to wrinkle. Our local “Mart” was selling…

Pinafore Apron for Women

Pinafore style aprons bring me to a place that seems to be among the bygones. The prairie feel of this simple no-tie apron encapsulates an era I reflect on often. I first learned how to make this apron for children through a tutorial on a neighboring blog. Tweaking the pattern for larger measurements, I came…

Sewing Potholders

When gearing up for the winter season I almost always think of potholders in the kitchen. Cooking is a huge part of our winter enjoyment and sustainability when the days are short and the work is long. Often times we’ll make a large pot of chili or soup to carry us for a few days…

Double Yoke Kid’s Shirt

Double Yoke Shirt Project Review: I have a heart for a lot of western twang and all things classic-vintage. This project fit in the middle of those quite well. For my son’s second birthday I finally wanted to make a button up shirt for him. I’ve been massively intimidated by the idea of making small…