Flip-Flop Refashion: Part 1 (Braided Straps)
Summer is great. And warm. And full of outdoor activities and trips to the pool and random walks around the neighborhood. I love it. And my shoe of choice for these warmer months?? Sandals, of course. However, I have big feet. Big, as in, a size 12. (Boo.) So it's hard to find variety. Or colors that I want. And if I do find my 'special' size......they're usually expensive. (Boo again.) So, I saw a tutorial for this flip-flop makeover (great work Mother Huddle), floating around the…
Put a Bow on It! 10 Ways to Use Felt Bows
Today we’re getting dapper with felt bow ties. These accessories don’t only belong around the neck of your hottie BF: there are so many ways you can deck out your house, your party and yourself with bows—check out these 10 adorable ways! From a dog bow tie to a shoe clip, we’re sure you’ll find at least one you love (though we’re partial to all 10!).
Maggie's Stay-On Baby Booties Sewing Tutorial Printable PDF Baby Sewing Patterns Instant Download DIY Baby Gift Downloadable Boot Baby Shoes
I have one of those babies that hucks shoes. =) I wanted her to have cute boots, but none of them were just going to stay on. I didn't want to gamble on a pattern that might not stay on, so I made my own! I LOVE the pattern I made and Maggie can't just yank them off. Her first pair was simple grey fleece and we were asked over and over about her booties everywhere we went. So many people encouraged me to make the pattern in more sizes, and get it ready to sell, and I am so thankful - it was…
How-To: Felt Baby Slippers | Make:
If you've got little feet in your family or an upcoming baby shower on your calendar, you'll definitely want to add this sweet and simple felt baby slipper tutorial to your list of go-to projects!
3 Easy DIY Baby Gifts
1. Easy Embroidery Embroidery projects are so easy and rewarding. (A great couch project for when you're on bed rest, just sayin'.) You don't need to know any fancy stitches to make a beautiful piece that you'll admire in your nursery for years to come. I used this pattern from Amy Bindel. It is no longer on her blog, so you'll need to print it from the pin if you're interested in using it. Really you can use any drawing, just trace it lightly with a pencil on to your fabric and stitch over…