You may have seen, a few weeks ago, we teamed up with Annelaine Patterns and had the most AWESOME Video Party! This was our first time doing something like this, and we had so much fun! We had a group of really talented ladies who sewed our Fit Pants and/or the Annelaine Coffee & Tea
Today Aukje shows us how to add color blocking detail to the Fit pants! We love this pattern and there’s just nothing that we can’t do! Adding color block to fit pants is only the beginning! 🙂 Thank you Aukje for putting this tutorial together for us! If you do not have the Fit Pants
Hey y’all, As some of you know, I’m pregnant! At this point I’m just about 35 weeks pregnant with my second… so I’m sure you can imagine how BIG and uncomfortable I am. Even maternity clothes don’t seem to fit me anymore, so I’ve been LIVING in my handmade maxi dresses. They’re perfect for pregnancy
Hi there! Kelsey from Mamma Can Do It here to give you a quick and fun hack for any of the Relaxed Peplum Patterns. This hack will also work well with all of Mamma Can Do It’s Adalynn Dress collection! Adding a sash is a fun way for any girl or lady to add a
*Note- affiliate links are used in this post* Hello friends! I’m Gwen from Crafty Curly Couture, and today I’m here to share with you a super easy and fun hack for the Women’s Relaxed Fit Peplum- a ruffle sleeve! Let’s get started! – First, you’re going to need the Women’s Relaxed Peplum Top & Tunic pattern.
Nothing is more frustrating then working hard to make a lovely top for yourself and having it NOT FIT!!! One of the hardest areas to get a proper fit is in the bust area. When I first started sewing and buying patterns I assumed that if I used my full bust measurement then the pattern