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  • Crafts for summer: Children’s summer kit

    Crochet, Knitting, Needle crafts  |  0 Commentcrafts for summer: children’s summer kit

    crochet set for kids: t-shirt and skirt

  • Crafts for summer: crochet set for kids

    Crochet, Needle crafts  |  0 Commentcrafts for summer: crochet set for kids

    Dressed for tunichka pritsesski For a better fit on the back of the inserted band. Found on the internet

  • Sundress for little girls

    Dress, Needle crafts, Sewing  |  0 Commentsundress for little girls

  • Heart Flutter Tee : tutorial

    Green crafts, Repair work, Sewing  |  0 Commentheart flutter tee : tutorial

    I admit this is not my best work, but I still think it's pretty cute and fun for Valentine's Day without having to be exclusive to Valentine's Day. Want to make one too? You'll need: 2 tshirts (if you decide to do it short sleeved you probably only need 1) and a little scrap of another tee (for the white ruffle) And the basic sewing stuff Note: This is for a size 18 months. I had 2 of these red tees from Forever 21. They were $2.50 each so I knew it would be worth it

  • Paper Bag Skirt by Lemon Squeezy Home

    Sewing, Skirts  |  1 Commentpaper bag skirt by lemon squeezy home

    am really happy to be here today on Ucreate!  I’m Christie and I have a blog called A Lemon Squeezy Home. Kari is so great, am I right???  To take the amount of time she does to share such wonderful things with all of us is really so generous of her.  I had the chance to meet Kari a few weeks ago, and she was so fun, happy, positive, and just everything that you’d imagine.  Today I am going to show you how to make a simple paper bag

  • Ribbon Christmas Tree Shirt tutorial

    Christmas's day, Making flower, Sewing  |  0 Commentribbon christmas tree shirt tutorial

    Baby clothing for Christmas Ribbon Christmas Tree Shirt tutorial It looks super cute on to, if you can get your model to hold still . . .   {Materials} Shirt (ours is a 3T) Ribbon (I used about six different color/styles.  Some of the ribbon I had on hand by the spool, some I bought at Wal-Mart by the yard.  I didn’t use more than a yard of any, more like 1/2 a yard of most.) Sewing machine (optional, would be just as easy to sew by hand.) Needle and Thread Pins Heat n’ Bond or double sided fusible interfacing Iron Scissors   {To