A few months ago, I found this lovely Singer 99k. This was my first vintage sewing machine project, so I’ll walk you through the process of converting it to a hand crank. I wasn’t sure whether Keep Reading
A few months ago, I found this lovely Singer 99k. The “k” just denotes that it was made in Scotland, and otherwise it’s the same as other Singer 99s, which were made from 1911 to Keep Reading
In this post, I’ll show you how to turn a cool vintage tablecloth into a skirt. See the first installment of this series here for more information on measuring and cutting your skirt. When you use Keep Reading
In this tutorial, I’ll walk you through the simple, quick process of adding a stretchy waistband to a vintage round tablecloth to make a skirt. Using this technique, you can turn any cute round Keep Reading
Make a cute, quilted tote bag with this tutorial. Use precut charm squares to create the structure for it and fat quarters to line it. Padded handles make it comfortable to carry.
This tutorial will show you how to sew up the side of your wrap skirt and add an elastic waistband, so you can convert a wrap skirt into a normal skirt that you can wear Keep Reading
In this post, I’ll show you how to convert a wrap skirt to a normal skirt by sewing up the side and adding a zipper, so you can wear it with confidence! See Part II of this Keep Reading
In this tutorial, I’ll walk you through the process of creating beautiful foiled, alcohol ink tiles to add to a wooden box.
In this tutorial, I’ll walk you through the process of creating your own stencils to use with polymer clay.
In this tutorial, I’ll walk you through the process of creating a ripple blade cane with polymer clay, foil, paints, and pigment powders.