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Refashion Runway Season Four: And We Have Another Generous Sponsor!!

The talented and creative seamstresses of Refashion Runway are super lucky this season to have so many generous sponsors step up and donate prizes. In addition to all of the great businesses that I wrote about the other day, Annie’s … Continue reading

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Refashion Runway Season Four: Meet the All-Stars Edition Sponsors

I’m giddy with excitement about Season Four of Refashion Runway and from what I’m hearing, you are, too. Much like Project Runway and The Great British Sewing Bee, we’ve chosen seven of your favorites from the first three seasons of Refashion Runway to … Continue reading

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YAY! Refashion Runway is Back!!!

I’m excited to announce that Refashion Runway is returning for it’s FOURTH season at the end of this month!! This time, I’ve asked a few of your favorite competitors from each of the first three seasons to come back to compete in … Continue reading

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More News I’ve Been Busting at the Seams to Tell You

Don’t you just love it when you send an idea out into the universe and lo and behold it appears to you as if by magic? Last fall, I was checking into the logistics of creating video classes for you. … Continue reading

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DIY Your Guy a Skinny Tie for Father’s Day

If shopping for the perfect Father’s Day gift for that dapper father in your life has you fit to be tied, how about making a new skinny tie for his special day? Popular in the 20s, the 60s, the 80s … Continue reading

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How to Make Laundry Tags at Home

Football, baseball, 4-H, swimming, fishing, riding bikes: Cooper’s childhood has  been  filled with all kinds of fun adventures. I mean really, I should’ve been more understanding, with a schedule like that, who has time to keep track of sweatshirts, t-shirts and … Continue reading

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“Vacay All Day” in This Fun DIY Summer Hat

Ah, summer: it’s the time of year when you want to spend every single day out in the sunshine. And whether or not you’re soaking up rays in your backyard or on a holiday, now is the time to take … Continue reading

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Learn to Sew: How to Make a Muslin to Check For Fit and a Winner

Whether you’re an expert seamstress or a beginner, it’s always a good idea and well worth the effort to make a muslin before sewing a garment. A muslin is essentially a practice garment made from a cheap fabric similar to … Continue reading

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Learn to Sew: How to Read a Sewing Pattern

Word combos. So. Much. Fun! This one brings a smile to my face and I honestly wish I would’ve thought of it. SEWCABULARY Isn’t it perfect?! Well, today’s Learn to Sew class is all about the SEWCABULARY you need to know in order to … Continue reading

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10 Most Popular Posts of 2015

“Remember, Cooper, something wonderful is going to happen today!” Even though Cooper sometimes sighs and raises his eyebrows when I say this, I can tell by the way the corners of his mouth go up a bit and by the little … Continue reading

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