Posts Tagged ‘kids’

Boy’s Canvas Pencil Pouch

| Bags, Totes and Zips

I don’t know how much longer I will be able to sew useful small items for my son that he gets excited about. Connor turned 12 earlier this summer and he is quickly turning into a young adult. While there is some eye rolling and occasional sarcasm and the fact that he has been taller […] Read more…

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Apple Picking in Polka Dots

| Apparel, For Kids

This is the first of two Apple Picking dresses I recently made Gwyneth. I love how this one turned out. Simple but with so many beautiful details. (And who doesn’t love polka dots??) I love the tiny gathers on the sleeves. And the bow. For the hem, I added a tiny row of stitching at the […] Read more…

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Divided Basket for Connor

| Bags, Totes and Zips

Like many of you, I have been cleaning and purging my house via the KonMari method -holding onto what brings us joy and letting go of what doesn’t. For me that’s also about finding creative ways to store those items most precious to us – even when those precious items are your 11-yr-olds and not yours. […] Read more…

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Liberty Linen Dress

| Apparel, For Kids

Do you ever sew something for someone and totally wish it was yours? Perhaps it has something to do with the liberty waistband, but  I really love this dress. The pattern used is the Library Dress by Oliver + S. I always love any pattern I make from Oliver + S – so many beautiful […] Read more…

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Peaches and cream

| Accessories, Apparel, Yarn Love

Gwyneth loves hats. If I have made a hat for myself she likes, she wants to wear it. 🙂 Always. This little hat was made using two different colors of yarn – a pale pink and a white. The effect is very subtle and almost looks like it’s made to be like that. I really […] Read more…

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