Who doesn’t love (and need) pockets in an apron? The reversibility of the Woman’s Apron by My Childhood Treasures also allows for style mixed with functionality.Read More
Beep Beep Sweatshirt - Made by Jack's Mum - size nb to 12
Alfie Sweatpants – Ainslee Fox Boutique Patterns – size 3-12
Pixel Pullover – Jennuine Design – size 1-12 - knit
Monster Mash Pinny – Duchess and Hare Patterns – size ½ to 12
Playtime Dress – Sew by Pattern Pieces
Pinky Promise Bag– Little Moo Designs
Traffic Pillows – Piccolo Studio
Activity Wall Hanging – Kaela’s Patch
Felt Activity Board – My Felt Lady
Dixie the Chicken – Frazzy Dazzles
The first pattern that I sewed from One Thimble #19 was the The Pinky Promise Bag by Little Moo Designs. This sweet purse, “....is designed with the tween age group in mind…” and my eight year old daughter (aka Miss Sassy Pants ;) fits the bill perfectly! The overall proportions of the Pinky Promise Bag are perfectly suited for the younger crowd and I loved being able to customize the cross-body shoulder strap to her height. I either already had the supplies on hand or, I was able to source them locally. This small project is perfectly suited to those wanting to venture into bag making, such as myself. Best of all, Missy LOVES the Pinky Promise Bag and carries it with here everywhere!
The second project that I tackled from One Thimble #19 was the Felt Activity Board by My Felt Lady (how cute is that name?!). This was a fun project to make simply using the supplies I had on hand. While this project does include A LOT of cutting, the included templates are not hard or complicated. It can easily be done while binge watching Superstore (not that I would know from experience…. ;). I love the simplicity of this Felt Activity Board and the sense of imagination and creative play it invokes!
As usual, One Thimble #19 does not disappoint! Every included pattern has so many creative, imaginative and PLAYFUL possibilities! Plus there are a number of amazing and relevant articles to read. With topics ranging from techniques to business, you'll be sure to find reading that is interesting to you! Have FUN sewing and reading!
Here are some additional patterns you'll find in One Thimble Issue 19:
The Alfie Sweatpants sewn by Tasha:
Dixie the Chicken sewn by Rebekah:
Playtime Dress sewn by Rachel:
Alfie Sweatpants and Pixel Pullover sewn by Brooke:
The Pixel Pullover sewn by Marnie:
You can see more of the patterns from One Thimble Issue 19 and follow along on the blog tour this week! The blog tour schedule is below:
We are back again today with another tutorial and some fun creations using Shannon Fabrics. This project creates some more sophisticated accessories for Rachel's daughter but also maintain their practicality and washability.Read More
We are back again today with some more amazing fabric and a project using Shannon Fabrics and a free Shannon Fabrics pattern. Today we have the Embossed Teal Arrow Cuddle, Lemon Cuddle, Lime Terry Cloth made into some perfectly adorable baby accessories.Read More
Free pattern and tutorial for a fold over, minimalist wallet with snaps and elastic pockets. Made with leather or vinyl, this simple and quick wallet can hold your cash and credit cards. Free pattern and SVG included and there is also a video tutorial on how to set up your project for the Cricut Maker in Design Space.Read More