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Laura

The Overlay Nursing Hack for the Adalynn

It’s Laura again! I’m talking to you today about how I made the newest release, the Adalynn dress, nursing friendly! When I saw the tester call for this pattern, I was VERY tempted to test it, but I chose not to, because it was not practical for me right now since I’m nursing. I don’t

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Kelsey Lafleur

Winter Legacy Tour 2018: Simple Baby Knit Shorts with Tutorial

I know it’s difficult to even think about shorts, when most of us in the country are dreaming about spring and warmer temperatures.  If you haven’t noticed, Mamma Can Do It has been doing some spring cleaning!  Out with the old and in with the new is the saying, right!  But what if the OLD still

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Anna L

Adalynn Hack: How to add a shoulder flutter sleeve

  I am so in love with the Adalynn dress. I’ve already made several of these dresses since I bought the patterns a couple of weeks ago for my girls ages 5 and 1. (And I, myself had the pleasure to test the mama version and have made myself a couple as well). Have you

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Melissa

Women’s Adalynn Dress: Banded Sleeve Modification

I absolutely love the Women’s Adalynn Dress and the options on personalizing it are endless. The tutorial offers the option of adjusting the fit version based on the fabric you’re using. There is a Classic Fit, a Semi Fitted and a Fitted option. This first one is a Classic fit I made for my sister.

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Natalie

Adalynn Dress Sleeve hack: Layered look

Hi guys I’m Natalie owner of Hunny Bunny Boutique and I have a question for you. Do you love the layered look but hate the extra bulk of 2 layers? I’m going to walk you through hacking the sleeves on the Adalynn Dress to have the layered look without the bulk. You can also do

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Kelsey Lafleur

Adalynn Dress Hack: Slit Sides Tunic

Mamma Can Do It just released the Adalynn for women, a new swing style A-line dress that now comes in sizes 00 to plus size 40W.  It really is an amazing and versatile pattern.  The Adalynn dress makes a perfect base pattern for any number of hacks.  The designer Elizabeth Singler is the creative inspiration behind these

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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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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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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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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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