Monthly Archives: December 2012

A Happy Birthday Renegade Ruffle Refashion

How about instead of Resolutions on this last day of 2012 we do a Renegade Ruffle Refashion. But first, I’d like to wish Jan a Happy Birthday!!! I’m so lucky to have such a loving, kind, and caring sister who, … Continue reading

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2012 in review

The stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for The Renegade Seamstress. It was fun for me to see this, I hope you enjoy it, too!! Here’s an excerpt: About 55,000 tourists visit Liechtenstein every year. This blog … Continue reading

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Another Peplum Refashion Tutorial: This Time a Shirt

I might have a new love. The peplum……’s flirty and flattering. What could be better? I started with this knit thrift store dress that I purchased for (you guessed it) fifty cents on half price Wednesday at my local thrift … Continue reading

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A Giveaway to Celebrate my One Year Blogiversary

Much to my family’s chagrin, the song “Happy Blogiversary To Me!” has been resonating through the Huntington house all morning. It’s been a year since my first post and most of my blogging goals have been met and some even … Continue reading

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Up the Fun Factor with a Peplum Skirt Refashion

New Year’s Eve is just around the corner. Here’s a quick refashion idea perfect for any celebration. Start with a long thrift store skirt. ¬† Cut off the bottom to your desired length, leaving just enough for a hem. To … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas from The Renegade Seamstress

Even the chickens aren’t safe from a good refashioning around the Huntington house. Hope all is well in your world!

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I don’t usually like to use my blog to discuss controversial subjects but my Kindergarten classroom is becoming a political warzone. This article expresses exactly how I feel. I hope you take the time to read this whether you believe … Continue reading

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Sweater Refashion

It’s starting to snow again. They say another blizzard is on it’s way. Which brings us to the big question……should I cook or should I sew? Hmmmmm… ’bout a quick sweater refashion, then perhaps I’ll bake some treats for those¬†patient … Continue reading

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About the Woodlands I Will Go

About the woodlands I will go To see the cherry hung with snow. A.E. Housman I am a snow person. Always hoping for that one big snow fall. The one that quickly covers everything with white so deep that everything … Continue reading

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Upcycle a few gifts this year

I am one lucky kindergarten teacher. Each year I have so many wonderful parents who offer to donate some of their precious time to help in our classroom. I appreciate their generous support and commitment. When Christmas comes along, I … Continue reading

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