I am SO proud to announce that my zipper hack tutorial is featured today on Spoonflower’s blog! I used an Everyday Tote project from Sprout Patterns to make this bright diaper/toddler bag! Advertisements
When Spoonflower recently released their new Light Cotton Twill fabric I knew it would be a great choice for a tote bag, so I headed over to Sprout and designed one! I ordered it, along with two matching FQ’s of Kona Cotton and put this set together. Using the twill, there is enough left over… Continue reading Thank you for being a friend.
I cut and sewed the All Around Tote I ordered from Sprout this week. It’s been sitting in my ‘to sew’ pile for a week or so. I love the prints I chose, the bright grunge triangles look so cute against the retro floral. Both designs are by the same artist on Spoonflower so I… Continue reading Tote – Ally Awesome
I love this top. I love the style, I loved sewing it. I love the fabrics. I love wearing it and put it on this morning just after I finished the hem. This is the Santa Fe pattern by Hey June Handmade from Sprout. The Santa Fe Top is a loose, flowy tank or… Continue reading Santa Fe
I cut out and made the Sloan Leggings that I ordered from Sprout. They’re printed in my two prints from my Boho Grunge fabric line. They are a size ‘L’ and printed on Sports Lycra. They came out a bit better than the last pair! Fit is still an issue, while these ARE long enough,… Continue reading Sloan, Part 2
The first Sprout Pattern project I decided to tackle was the Rumi Tank. The Rumi Tank pattern was designed by Christine Haynes. The Rumi Tank is a feminine and sporty racerback knit tank top that will become a staple in your wardrobe. The tank top has a deep scoop neck front and a narrow racerback,… Continue reading Rumi
One of the patterns I discovered on Sprout was the Sloan Leggings from Hey June. I actually designed and ordered a pair (ok, two) and when you do, you immediately get a PDF of the actual pattern and the instructions. I printed it out and put it together and was really excited to sew my… Continue reading Sloan Failure