Finished Projects, Projects, Sewing

Making Christine’s Dressing Gown For Under $10

"No, what I love best", Lotte said "Is when I'm asleep in my bed, and the Angel of Music sings songs in my head" Christine Daae, Andrew Lloyd Webber's The Phantom of The Opera Cue the organ overture and chandelier crash. I've loved the costumes from The Phantom of The Opera ever since I saw… Continue reading Making Christine’s Dressing Gown For Under $10

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Planning 2020 Temperature Quilt

Today I wanted to share a project that I've wanted to do for a few years now: a temperature quilt. What is a temperature quilt, you may ask? Temperature projects have been a thing in the yarn craft world for a few years. It's a simple concept, you knit or crochet a row each day… Continue reading Planning 2020 Temperature Quilt

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DIY Montessori Polishing Cloths

I recently finished these small microfiber cloths for a local Montessori classroom. These were a really quick (30 min for all 4) and inexpensive make, so I thought I'd share the easy method I used to make them. Finished size is 8x8 inches All you need is: a 16x16 inch microfiber cleaning cloth (I used… Continue reading DIY Montessori Polishing Cloths

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Environmentally Friendly Produce Bags

Today I thought I'd show you how to make these super quick and  reusable produce bags.  One bag took me about 30 minutes from start to finish. To make these bags even more environmentally friendly, these are made from an old unbleached cotton sheet and used (clean) shoelaces that my sisters had leftover from re-lacing… Continue reading Environmentally Friendly Produce Bags