Aren't reversible clothes so cool? I think they are, at least. I love that I'm putting two outfits in the closet on one hanger. It's pretty much the same sewing time as ONE item, but I'm getting TWO items. I'm a huge fan of reversible clothes, especially for the little guys. So let me tell you about one of my...
Hey y'all, I've been trying to make a comeback with something really cool and creative and I think I finally hit the jackpot..... OVERALLS (all of the heart eyes!!) But not just any old overalls... think BOHO. think 70's. think.... flower child. Swing by my personal blog and give it a lookie :) First off, go grab your Fit Pants pattern from Mamma Can Do It (MCDI) #afflink ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- **The...
I was very pleased to be chosen to test the women's Relaxed Peplum Top and Tunic from Mama Can Do It. The pattern is designed for knit fabrics, and comes in a top length as well as a tunic. There are several options for the peplum including a gathered skirt, a full circle skirt, and a half-circle skirt. I decided...
Mamma Can Do It just released the new Relaxed Peplum just in time for the Fall sewing season.  I wanted to share this blog post with you to explore all the options this wonderful pattern has!  I'll look at all the options available, the best fabric for your new peplum, and style tips for both women and girls! I...
There are quite a few of our Mamma Can Do It patterns that have a curve hem or a circle skirt.  The new Relaxed Peplum Pattern is one example and our Adalynn Dress Collection is another pattern that have curved hems.  Hemming these can be quite difficult for beginners so I'm here to show you one of my favorite...
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 bow to the back...
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I tried to sew a peplum once a while back. It was a really popular pattern. I kept seeing it a lot in different Facebook sewing groups, so I decided to give it a go. I hated it. I didn't like the way it fit me. I liked the way it looked on a lot of people, but apparently, that particular...
*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. Click here to buy it! -Assemble your long sleeve...
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 would automatically fit. The...
First off let me start by saying that I am not much of a writer or photographer. So sorry in advance.  This will probably not be the best or prettiest blog post you've ever read. Haha! But, it is a pretty easy hack and I love how mine turned out! Well shall we move on? Okay here we go. First,...