Arm Knitted Neon Scarf + A Giveaway

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Last month while I was browsing one of my favorite local fabric shops, Fancy Tiger Crafts, I saw a gorgeous knitted neon scarf on display. I quickly put it on and started petting it. I’m pretty sure I wore it for like 30 minutes in the store before a nice employee came over and informed me that […]

Art Gallery Fabrics Holiday PJ Pants + A Giveaway

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When I have kiddos, I want to do a holiday tradition where the kids (and, obviously, me and my husband) get to open a gift on Christmas Eve where everyone gets new Christmas pajamas and a book. Actually, now that I think about it, why wait until I have kids? I should probably try to get this […]

DIY Wrapping Paper + My Favorite Sewing Notions

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Brown paper packages tied up with string…. these are a few of my favorite things! Christmas is coming up quick! I think I have all my shopping done, so I spent this past weekend wrapping up presents. Wrapping gifts is actually something that I really enjoy. As a kid, it was kind of my dream job […]

Tutorial and Free Pattern | Bathrobe

Make a one-size-fits-most bathrobe using this free sewing pattern and tutorial by sewbon.comRead more

It seems very old Hollywood glam to put on a luxurious bathrobe and spend time meticulously perfecting ones hair and cat-eye makeup while uttering words like “daaaarling” and sipping some sort of cocktail before noon. My reality is more one of throwing on a bathrobe after a quick 5 minute shower in which I may or […]

Tutorial | Faux Fur Throw Blanket

Make this quick and easy faux fur throw blanket to keep warm this winter. Sewing tutorial at Sewbon.comRead more

Cold days are best spent lounging on the couch with the fireplace on while binge watching TV. I typically try to pile all my pets on me for added warmth during extra cold days (like this), but I think this cozy DIY faux fur throw blanket might make that not as necessary as it once was. […]