The iconic wall mounted deer head. Buy it here: Etsy Kollabora Makerist *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 sturdy 1″ … 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
I don’t know why the idea of making this tutorial was such a chore to me. All I had to do was draw a little diagram: Happy Sewing!
This is a throwback post, from back when I was young and pretty and living in a city. Hot damn I miss that apartment. And that body. Take a very large button down shirt. Very large: I used a men’s XL, and I’m a women’s Medium. The shirt has to be long enough that it … More DIY Summer Jumpsuit from a Large Shirt
Knickerbockers. Remember those? Usually made of wool, denim or corduroy, these fashion staples of the olden days had a brief resurgence in the 1970s, mostly as children’s wear, occasionally as random fashion designer gear (looking at you, Pierre Cardin). So if you were young (or a less fortunate model) in the late 70s/early 80s, there is … More Knickerbocker Upcycle
Please note: This pattern and instructions have been updated, and can be found on Etsy and Makerist ! The supplies you will need to create this masterpiece are: *1/2 yard fabric (less than that, but I don’t want to say you need 1/4 yard, because you probably won’t be able to fit the side head … More Unicorn Head Sewing Pattern and Instructions Preview
I come from a generation that never really appreciated the straight leg jean. Ok maybe it’s just me. I can do skinny jeans, bootcut, trouser cut and even certain flares, but straight leg? Fug. And no, the boyfriend jeans style is basically that nerd in grade six who volunteered at the library and didn’t laugh … More Fix Your Jeans: Tapering the Leg