This week’s sighting is at Prentice Patcher – Mel Mollick of Texas shares her sewing adventures. I love the heart she’s added to the bear hat! So cute with the stitching around it. Read her post about making the hat here. You can make your own bear hat using the pattern here.
This week’s Fleece Fun sighting is at Marmalade Smileshine. This seamstress made her own take on the Red Riding Hood Cape, adding a lining and fun little pockets to keep treasures in. I love the outside pocket she added too. For more pictures and to see her post on the cape visit here. If […]
This weeks sighting comes from Happy Challenge. This sewer spotted the Fun and Frilly Skirt on Pinterest and thought she would give it a go! You can check out her blog entry about it here. You can learn how to make your own Fun and Frilly skirt here. Have you been trying things that you’ve […]
This weeks sighting comes from http://katrinagarbisch.blogspot.com. Katrina blogs about life and all the amazing art projects she makes. She is talented in several genres of art! She made her own twist on the Basic Ribbon Hat. I love her little flower on it – so cute! You can see Katrina’s post with the hat here. You can learn […]
Fleece Fun was spotted this week in Scotland! Rosie with her blog Realising the Dream featured some apple hats from the Halloween Hat Pack. Rosie’s blog is about her adventures on the farm – her dream and ideal life. You can see her post that features the hats here. And you can read her blog […]
I love how the internet has no borders! Today’s sighting comes from a blog in German. Sewn with love shows all the lovely projects this mom does for her kids. It’ so much fun to browse! This post shows a couple of Red riding Hood Capes she mad fro her kids to wear to a mid-evil festival – you […]
Today’s sighting is at Stacy Sews. Stacy made the Thankful Apron – it looks so cute. Stacy also had some constructive criticism of my instructions (which hopefully I have fixed). I’m always up for a little criticism to help me clarify directions and improve! You can check out Stacy’s Blog entry about the apron here. You […]