This fox/mink stole sewing pattern is a great addition to the vintage lover’s closet. Cruelty free, and with no mothball stink that so often accompanies vintage fur, this pattern can be made in an afternoon. A few tips on sewing faux fur: 1) I hated it. It shed all over the place, and it’s difficult … More Faux Fur Fox or Mink Stole Wrap Sewing Pattern Instructions
This is a downloadable sewing pattern PDF for a vintage inspired, fit and flare sleeveless boatneck dress. It features a lined bodice, one inch seam allowances at the side seams for precision fitting, rear zipper closure, a box pleated skirt, and in-seam pockets (deep pockets!). The pattern is available in bust sizes 35-45″. Click on … More The Billie Dress Sewing Pattern
This sewing pattern is suitable for sewing enthusiasts with intermediate skills. In order to create this garment you must know how to sew with knit fabrics, ease curved edges to fit, and operate a serger. View on Etsy! This pattern requires knit fabric with a minimum 25% stretch across grain. The pattern pieces are drafted … More Women’s Basic T-Shirt Sewing Pattern PDF, Bust Sizes 33-48″
Have you guys heard of Makerist? If you live in Europe, and you’re a fan of sewing, knitting, crochet or embroidery, then you probably have. Makerist is an online community for people who enjoy these crafts, and they reached out to me recently to see if I wanted to sell my sewing patterns with them! … More Sewing Patterns Now Available on Makerist!
The iconic wall mounted deer head. Buy it here: Etsy Craftsy Kollabora Materials needed: *Approximately 3/4 yd fabric (denim, twill, canvas, upholstery, pretty much anything sturdy that doesn’t stretch) *Matching thread *Doll stuffing (a lot. Like, a 16oz bag of stuffing should be more than enough, but don’t go any smaller, just in case) *2 … More Wall Mounted Deer Head Sewing Pattern and Instructions
I found this sewing pattern in my computer files recently: It was lost in the tangled jungle of my first draft sewing patterns file, and the date on it claimed that I made it last August. It was already drafted to a size Large (that’s my midpoint size for most of my multi-sized patterns), and … More Easy Summer Top! FREE Sewing Pattern Download and Instructions
This pattern hack is so easy that I didn’t even bother taking good pictures of the tutorial: Get yerself 1.5-1.75 yards of jersey fabric, depending on your height and size (I only used 1.5 yards, possibly less). Take your standard, run-of-the-mill jersey t-shirt sewing pattern (like this one, for example). Lay it out, as you … More Turn Your Fave T-Shirt Pattern Into a Summer Dress