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Tutorial! Vegan leather star headband

We have these really cool packs of vegan leather in stock, but what can we make with them?! We put the question to the super talented Laura Howard and this is the third of four tutorials she’s written for us! Find all of the tutorials in the series here. I’m so excited to share some ideas for using these awesome packs of […]
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Seersucker summer shorts!

I decided to whip up some shorts for Harvey to get through this heat wave. Breakers Seersucker from Robert Kaufman was an obvious choice – it’s so summery and playful! Plus, seersucker has a unique slack-tension weave which creates puckers all over the fabric that hold small pockets of air next to your skin to keep […]
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Tutorial: Julie’s cosy kid cowl (using knit fabrics!)

Julie from forestpoppy is back with another quick, fun project: a cute and cosy kid’s cowl! Julie used our adorable Woodland Knits collection and although we are running very low on these fabrics, we are stocking lots of other fun striped interlock knits and plain interlock knits that can be substituted here. I had fun posing […]
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Learn to sew with knits – three new classes added!

The new organic Elk Grove Knits collection from Birch Fabrics is coming soon and we’ve lined up a fabulous new sewing teacher to help us all get over the fear of sewing with knit fabric! Zoe Edwards of the blog So Zo…What do you know? is known as ‘The Queen of Knits’ by her peers in […]
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Scoot Scoot kid-size messenger bag

Havana Monaluna messenger bagNext month we’ll be featuring the Havana collection by Monaluna in our window, and I’ve been sewing up a few things to go on the “boy” dress form (which is also sometimes a girl!) Although our little man won’t be able to use/wear anything I’m making for a good six years, it’s kind of fun […]
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Reversible bucket hat for Kids Clothes Week Challenge

I mentioned a few blog posts ago that Maddie’s mum had provided a list of summer clothes she needed. I took this as kind of a challenge – how many things could I make off of the list? Making things for Maddie in the past hasn’t always been very rewarding because we don’t see her […]
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