• Owl Travel Bag: 3ten.ca

    Sewing: Owl Bag

    This little owl bag is perfect for travelling as a make-up bag, carrying books, or even housing pottery tools! Meal prep Sunday time. I follow @leefromamerica on Instagram. She is a flat out inspiration. Two weeks ago I was inspired to revamp our fridge and jump on the meal prep train. Have you seen the pottery Bryce and I made? Check it out if you haven’t yet. Okay, back to this bright and cheery bag. I made it similar to the make-up bag I made…

  • Dog Stocking: 3ten.ca

    Sewing: Week Fifty: Reversible Dog Stocking

    Oh my – Christmas is only 15 days away. Wow! Oh, and this is my third last post for the 52 weeks of sewing. It’s time for the reversible dog stocking. You’ve most likely seen these on Pinterest and tried to find a tutorial – I tried and failed. Most pins are of people selling them on Etsy – and one, the best one I found, wasn’t a full bone. The backing was a bone and then the front was like a big pocket. Not…

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    Sewing: Week Forty Eight: White Bat Wing Dress Tutorial

    The bat wing dress is back. I made this back in April of 2014 and it’s such an easy and fun sewing tutorial. My original post – bat wing dress – lead you back to Mollytov’s site for the full tutorial, however, it’s now gone. As a result, here (after searching the internet and piecing bits of info together) I have a version of the tutorial – all you’ll need. What You Need 2 yards of jersey stretch fabric matching thread serger scissors pins iron…

  • Stripped Sweatpants: 3ten.ca

    Sewing: Week Forty Seven: Stripped Sweatpants with Pockets

    Stripped sweatpants with pockets – the perfect weekend uniform! Especially on this chilly snowy day. Put the fireplace on, have some pancakes and lounge around in your sweats. What could be better? Nothing. Okay, let’s get started. Last week we made 6 seam sweatpants and this tutorial takes that one to the next level by adding pockets and a ribbed waistband. What You Need sweatpants as template 1 1/2 yards of stripped fabric 1/2 a yard of matching ribbing serger machine matching thread scissors pins…

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    Sewing: Week Forty Four: Purse Pouches

    Purse pouches – the greatest way to keep your purse organized. Between work, school and life my purse can sometimes get over run with stuff. These purse pouches are here to save me. I made two of them – one for personal stuff like lipgloss, tampons and meds. The other for work – pens, all of my work keys and zip drives. This way, when I need to grab something it’s far easier to be found. Okay, let’s get started! What You Need about a…