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From the BLOG
With the end of August we slowly say Goodbye to the summer and Hello to BACK TO SCHOOL. Many kids start a new or their very first year of school. To make this exciting time a bit easier for our little ones we searched the web for some[…]
Would you sometimes like to personalize your sewing projects with a name, initials or a special shape, but you don’t have an embroidery machine at home? Don’t worry! In this tutorial, we are going to show you how you can easily jazz up your sewing work with appliqués[…]
I was lucky to test the Passport Card Sleeve Pattern created by Elvira from ChezVies. It’s a really nice, fun and quick sewing project and perfect to use fabric and interfacing from your stash. The finished sleeve holds two passports (even bigger ones), comes with two card slots[…]
In times of phones, tablets & co. you can get lots of (free) bag making tips and tutorials online. Nevertheless, for me – and probably for you as well – it is still something special to hold a well and beautifully made bag making book in your hands[…]
Spending a lot of time with ironing and pressing clothes, towels and other fabrics, an ugly and shabby ironing board cover can be very demotivating and depressing. It makes much more fun in front of a clean pretty-looking ironing board. In just a few steps and with basic[…]
The idea for this diaper clutch was born out of a special request from my Japanese friend. She wanted to have a clutch that stores all necessary baby items, which is long enough to lay her son on it while changing, and should still fit in her bigger[…]