DIY & How to

Adalynn Sleeveless Hack!

The baby’s Adalynn and girl’s Adalynn dresses made me so jealous when they came out! I wanted one for me! So when I got to test the women’s version, I was really excited–and it was totally worth the hype 🙂 When I made my first women’s Adalynn dress for myself, I loved it without any

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Sewing hacks
Bonnie Flynn

How to hack a twisted cowl neck onto the Adalynn Dress

A couple months ago I had picked up this beautiful purple sweater knit that I knew was going to turn into something for myself. But I wasn’t sure what until I seen the Adalynn dress. While testing, I mentioned to Elizabeth that I really wanted to hack a cowl neck onto it. I love cowl neck

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Sewing hacks
Elizabeth Singler

Lapped Baby Shirt Tank Tutorial

Guest post by Kelsey Lafleur.  It’s week 2 of Mamma Can Do It Legacy Winter Promos!  You guys aren’t going to want to miss this cute little lapped baby shirt.  It’s paired here with the baby boy leggings pattern.  This simple and easy lapped baby shirt has been newly updated and is only $3.50 this

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Tutorials
Elizabeth Singler

How I made my crib skirt from a sheet

This is a simple tutorial on how I made my crib skirt from a sheet. It’s a ruffled skirt that fits any crib but I’ll tell you some hints on how you can tailor yours to fit your needs. This could be for a beginner, but I don’t explain the basting or hemming process. 🙂 Step

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Tutorials
Elizabeth Singler

How to make a Newborn Baby hat

I can’t believe that my pregnancy is half way over! I need to start thinking about newborn clothes and hats. Today I put together a pattern, tutorial and video of how to make a newborn baby hat. I love it! My girlfriend is coming over tomorrow with her brand new sweetheart so that I can

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New Releases
Elizabeth Singler

Recycle a t-shirt into a baby shirt

It’s so close to summer. My Elijah has been proving to be a terror on his wardrobe. This child wants to play hard so I need to make him some clothes that won’t break my heart if he ruins them.   My inner “freak out” is usually associated with expensive clothing, or clothes that take

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Fundamentals
Elizabeth Singler

Do I need a serger to sew clothes?

I am sometimes asked if you need a serger to sew clothes. Specifically knit clothes. Knits are the stretchy fabrics that can give you a harder time if you don’t know how to use them. I love using my overlock/serger for sewing with knits. I love that it cuts the edge for me, making it

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Fundamentals
Elizabeth Singler

How to fix a plastic snap

I love my snap press. It makes me happy to attach great snaps to anything. Whether a diaper, or clothes, I know that the snaps will outlive the item that I’m making. Unfortunately I tend to fly through my projects sometimes, and that can make for some ‘snappy’ disasters. I frequently attach a snap backwards

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