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Annie Cunniff

Relaxed Peplum Top and Tunic MATERNITY HACK with Annie

Hey y’all, Feel free to check out my personal blog HERE! I have tons of cool ideas, hacks & tutorials for tons of patterns. Today I’m going to be showing you a very easy maternity hack on MCDI’s newest top–The Relaxed Peplum Top & Tunic. It comes in sizes 00-20 and its ON SALE right

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Alternative Waistband for Women’t Fit Pants

Hi. I’m Mary Kaye Cole, a wife, Grammy and sewer, errrr sewist, ummm seamstress…whatever, I like to sew! Necessity is often the mother of invention, and certainly was the case with my new cute Mamma Can Do It skinny Fit Pants in this gorgeous 17 oz turquoise supplex from Phee Fabrics. I thought I had more yardage of

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Sewing hacks
Larissa Gibbs

Adalynn Woven Hack with Gina

Ever since the release customers have asked if this specific pattern, despite being made for stretch fabrics, could be used with woven fabrics, meaning no stretch within the fabric choice. The answer is yes with a few simple modifications! Check out how Gina upcycles a ladies tank into a woven adalynn!   Here is the

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Cut File Tips & Tricks
Kelsey Lafleur

Tips and Tricks for Applying Cut File Vinyl with a Home Iron

Mamma Can Do It recently started carrying Cut File Designs on our site.  If you are unfamiliar with cut files, they are digital designs that you can download for die cutting machines for application on fabric, signs, glass, and mugs just to name a few.  You can also use these machines for paper crafts and

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Sewing hacks
Rachel S

Breezy Shorts Bubble Modification

The Breezy Shorts from Mamma Can Do It are quickly becoming a spring and summer staple in our household. They are a great as a standalone pattern to showcase your stash of both knit and woven fabrics or a blank slate for you to get creative. One such modification is to create bubble shorts by

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DIY & How to
Rachel S

Cloth Diaper Mod for Breezy Shorts

One of the struggles of having a child (or in my  case two) in cloth diapers is finding bottoms that fit well over them. One of the nice things about making clothes for my kids is that I can adjust patterns to suit my needs, including modifying them to fit over a fluffy butt. With

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Sewing hacks
Kaycee Judd

Color-Block and Add Pocket to Mamma Can Do It Breezy Shorts

In this blog post, I will show you how I hacked the Mamma Can Do It Breezy Shorts. Please know that I have inserted my affiliate link throughout. The Mamma Can Do It Breezy Shorts are a new staple in our household! My son has quite a few pair now.  However, when you have a

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Sewing hacks
Michelle V

YouTube tutorial channel

Hey lovely sewing friends I tried uploading video tutorials however they are too large for WordPress. So in this post I will provide the link to my YouTube channel And here is the first video in the series. This one is how to do the burrito roll method.   Enjoy   Michelle Valdemar   Short

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Adalynn Hack Roundup

The Mamma Can Do It Adalynn Dress is a classic and timeless A-line style. Sewing patterns are available covering babies newborn through 24 months, girls 2T through 16, women 00 through 20, and plus size 14 through 40. With such an inclusive size range, the Adalynn is a great staple piece for your or your

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Sewing hacks
Mari Willeman

Patch ’em up: Baby Boy Leggings

I am so excited to share this hack with you all today. I used the Baby Boy Leggings (aff link) pattern from Mamma Can Do It to make my son some super cute leggings with knee patches. I have two reasons for doing this: I love the look of knee patches! I mean, come on, it’s

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