DIY Maxi Wrap Skirt video tutorial

All you need is a few yards of medium or light weight flowy fabric and a few hours! Perfect for these upcoming holidays! Shirt is from gap and shoes from forever 21 ....more

5 minute frayed hem video

The easiest, and I mean easiest, hem you could possibly do. All you need is 5 minutes, a pair of pants, some needle and thread OR no-fray glue and you will be set. And I coupled this with my take in diy HERE...more

DIY glowing candy bucket – Halloween hack

This may be the most simple and cheapest hack I’ve ever done….yes it isn’t sewing related but I’m a huge sucker for crafty hacks, especially holiday ones. This year my boys are dress head to toe in black and after a halloween party last week I noticed they are incredibly hard to see outside at night. So the diy glowing candy bucket was born! ...more

DIY ruffle sleeve top video

Ever since I’ve seen this top from Jcrew, I have been dying to make it. I particularly made this one for fourth of July, hence the vintage star patterned fabric. And you would be surprised at how simple and straight forward to make ....more

A day out in the flounce DIY (with changes!)

I’m not going to lie, I made this TOP a few years or so ago and haven’t worn it once since. Keep in mind I was pregnant/loosing baby weight/breastfeeding for at least a couple years of it. But still! ...more

boxy Ruffle bottom crop top video tutorial

I’ve been craving a crop top that had a big chunky ruffle at the bottom for a super long time now, years maybe. But then I hit my sewing hiatus. But years ago, I made a similar one HERE but the fabric was a little lighter and the ruffle was shorter and this time an easy cap sleeve ....more

Isabel Rome’s Birth Story

This pregnancy was a long long wait for me, and a very busy one at that. Danny had a new job that required him to be gone for ...more

2 EASY DIY maternity dresses refashions

To finish up this maternity wardrobe series I’ve made a video (yay!) tutorial with my favorite maternity refashion project/outfit to wear when pregnant….the everyday stretchy knit dress that is super flattering because of the optional gather and comfy and….yadda yadda – I can keep going because its an absolute staple in any pregnant girl’s wardrobe! Whether or not you want to be fancy or just hit up the grocery store this is the go-to frock. Personally I liked the gather the most because it hides, eh, the imperfections that pregnancy does to your body (i.e. random back fat, what? ...more

3 very easy maternity pencil skirt diys

Supplies:1 to 2 yards of stretchy fabricmeasuring tapesewing machinepinsscissorsthread*optional oversized tee for the refashion Instructions:VERY BASIC PENCIL SKIRT1.Cut out your front and back knit pencil skirt piece by either mimicking another pencil skirt you have (if not maternity, just add to the belly area of the skirt and lengthening it to hit the bottom of your ribs) or measuring your body as shown below and mark it out on the fabric. Cut out and sew up the sides 2. Hem the bottom at least an inch under with a zig zag stitch or a straight stitch (only the latter if you plan on stretching the bottom a bit as you sew it in, then it will give it the stretch you need to walk) 3 ....more

3 very easy maternity pencil skirt diys

Supplies: 1 to 2 yards of stretchy fabric measuring tape sewing machine pins scissors thread *optional oversized tee for the refashion Instructions: VERY BASIC PENCIL SKIRT 1.Cut out your front and back knit pencil skirt piece by either mimicking another pencil skirt you have (if not maternity, just add to the belly area of the skirt and lengthening it to hit the bottom of your ribs) or measuring your body as shown below and mark it out on the fabric. Cut out and sew up the sides 2. Hem the bottom at least an inch under with a zig zag stitch or a straight stitch (only the latter if you plan on stretching the bottom a bit as you sew it in, then it will give it the stretch you need to walk) 3 ....more
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