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Vintage Trailer Remodel - Retro Trailer - This is SO cute! Love this glamper!!

I’m Amy.  I work with The Crafting Chicks on the back side of their blog.  Years ago my cousins and I had a little blog to share all of our crafty projects.  We got busy and the blog disappeared.  But I still love to craft.  And I still get to work with the wonderful Crafting Chicks!

My parents have a piece of property that they stay at over the summers.  The grand kids just LOVE to go camping out there too.  Think…. 4 wheelers, zipline and archery range… yep.  The kids (and adults) LOVE it!

Last summer my parents were given a 1972 Rancho el Rae Camper Trailer.  The idea was to slap some paint on it and turn it into a guest house for their property.  As soon as I saw this trailer, I knew it needed to become a Glamper!  Let me show you what we did… (with links to tutorials that will help you to do the same!)

Retro Camping Trailer Remodel

Before

The base of the trailer was in fairly good condition.  But boy oh boy, was it dated.  (Don’t you just love that carpet?!  Yikes!)  We liked the aqua trim.  But the dark paneling, carpet and floral print just had to go.

Vintage Trailer Remodel - Retro Trailer - This is SO cute! Love this glamper!!

 

After

What a difference!  Oh it turned out SO cute!  The color.  The light.  The retro feel.

Love. Love. Love!

Vintage Trailer Remodel - Retro Trailer - This is SO cute! Love this glamper!!

Vintage camper trailer

Vintage Camper Trailer

Retro Camper Trailer

Patching Holes

If you’ve got an old trailer, you know that you’ve got to do some repairs.  We had some water damage.  So my amazing Dad jumped in and started patching holes.  Here is a great tutorial to walk you through the process:  Patching Holes.

Camper Trailer Remodel - Patching holes

Paint

A little bit of paint makes a HUGE difference.  The white opened up the space and gave it a completely different feel.  The red drawers gave it that pop of color we were looking for.

Painting a Camper Trailer

Flooring

The first thing to come out was that carpet. Yikes!

We just fell in love with the black and white checkered tiles!  So much easier to clean and so fun!

Here is a great tutorial for installing new flooring:  Trailer Flooring.

Camper Trailer Remodel - Flooring

Reupholstering Cushions

Our polka dot cushions turned out beautiful!  We used Riley Blake Fabric.  The cushions are a Home Decor fabric called Medium White Dot on Black.   If you haven’t used their fabric before, you are missing out!  Oh my!  It’s like sewing with clouds.  Truly.  (I just did another project without Riley Blake Fabric… it was like working with sand paper.  Awful!  I’ll be sticking with Riley Blake.)

Luckily, the kitchen table cushions were in great condition once we flipped them over.  Now the Aqua color shows beautifully.

My Mom tackled the bedroom cushions.  And they were a beast.  But she’s a miracle worker and they turned out adorable!!  The couch that folds into a bed was super complicated.

Here is a tutorial to help you with cushions:  Cushion Tutorial.

Camper Trailer Cushion Remodel

Curtains

The curtains are Riley Blake fabric as well.  We needed to double the material on the curtains, since the windows don’t have blinds.  We wanted the trailer to be light and bright during the day, have privacy at night, and keep the sun from peaking in during the early morning hours.  We made curtains ties to hold the curtains open during the day.  We attached the ties to the curtain on one side (so they don’t get lost) and they just velcro together in the back.

In the bedroom part of the trailer we used Four Corners Teal, Medium Dots Black, and White Swiss Dot on Black.

In the kitchen part of the trailer we used: Small Red Gingham, Medium Dots Black, and White Swiss Dot on Black.

We also made some accents pillows with Medium Dots Aqua/Red.

Camper Trailer How To Curtains

Before and After

What a difference!

Vintage Trailer Remodel - Retro Trailer - This is SO cute! Love this glamper!!

Painting the outside of a trailer

At first we had visions of a bright white trailer with a red stripe down the side.  Maybe a few polka dots here and there.  Then we decided NOT to paint the outside of the trailer.  Let me tell you why…  This trailer is, right now, sitting on mountain property surrounded by 5 feet of snow.  We can’t access the trailer for a good portion of the year.  That means that we can’t check on it to make sure that it hasn’t been broken into or being lived in (yikes!) as often as we would like to.  So we decided that it would be best to keep the outside of the trailer looking a little run down.  We don’t want the whole mountain to know what a darling trailer it has become!

If you want to paint the outside of your trailer, here is a great tutorial:  Painting the outside of a trailer.

Vintage Trailer Remodel - Retro Trailer - This is SO cute! Love this glamper!!

The circle stick-on mirrors are from Amazon.

The adorable red teapot is from  Bed, Bath and Beyond.

The plates, table runner and vase are from IKEA.

The furry animal friends were added by the grand kids and are from KOHLS.

Vintage Trailer Remodel - Retro Trailer - This is SO cute! Love this glamper!!

Do you have a trailer that is just begging for a little TLC?  What are you waiting for?  It isn’t as hard as you think and it’s so rewarding to transform an entire space!

Happy Glamping!

 


DIY Easter Baskets - fabric baskets, wood baskets, personalized baskets, pails, buckets, easter tags and party favors - Love these simple Easter baskets!

DIY Easter Baskets

Easter is sneaking up on me this year!  Time to pull out those baskets!  For those of you looking for that special Easter basket, we’ve got some of the best in this post!  These baskets are for everyone.  We’ve got some darling baskets to sew, an adorable one made of wood, one made of crepe paper, personalized baskets and an egg shaped one that the kids will love to help with.

Egg Shaped Easter Basket from HMH Designs

DIY Easter Baskets - fabric baskets, wood baskets, personalized baskets, pails, buckets, easter tags and party favors - Love these simple Easter baskets!

DIY Easter Bucket from The Pinning Mama

DIY Easter Baskets - fabric baskets, wood baskets, personalized baskets, pails, buckets, easter tags and party favors - Love these simple Easter baskets!

Fabric Easter Basket from V and Co.

DIY Easter Baskets - fabric baskets, wood baskets, personalized baskets, pails, buckets, easter tags and party favors - Love these simple Easter baskets!

Easter Basket Cupcakes from The Crafting Chicks

DIY Easter Baskets - fabric baskets, wood baskets, personalized baskets, pails, buckets, easter tags and party favors - Love these simple Easter baskets!

Mini Easter Basket Favors from At Home on the Bay

Mini Easter Basket Favors

Crepe Paper Easter Basket from Smile Mercantile

Crepe Paper Easter Baskets

DIY Decoupage Avengers Easter Basket from Oh So Savvy Mom

DIY Decoupage Avengers Easter Basket

DIY Tutu Easter Basket from Paging Fun Mums

Tutu Easter Baskets

Personalized Easter Baskets from The Daily D.I.Y.er

Personalized Easter Baskets

Wood Easter Basket from Ana White

DIY Wooden Easter Basket

Mini Easter Basket Place Card Holders from The Crafting Chicks

Mini Easter Basket Place Card Holders

Bunny Baskets from Going Star Fishing

Bunny Easter Baskets

Fabric Easter Baskets from Sew Me Some Love

Fabric Easter Baskets

Paper Plate Easter Bunny Basket from The Girl Creative

Paper Plate Easter Basket

Personalized Easter Pails from Simply Kierste

Personalized Easter Pails

Easter Basket Name Tags from The Crafting Chicks

Easter Basket Name Tags

DIY Easter Baskets - fabric baskets, wood baskets, personalized baskets, pails, buckets, easter tags and party favors - Love these simple Easter baskets!


Sewing Skirts Tutorials - Maxi skirt, pencil skirt, tulle skirt, circle skirt, midi skirt... love these!

Sewing Skirts Tutorials

Spring is in the air and we are loving it!  The perfect accessory for spring is a fun, new skirt!  We’ve rounded up 15 of our very favorite skirt tutorials for you.  We think you’re going to love them too!  Get ready to break out that sewing machine.

Circle Wrap Skirt from Simple Simon & Co

Sewing Skirts Tutorials - Maxi skirt, pencil skirt, tulle skirt, circle skirt, midi skirt... love these!

Ruffled Pencils Skirt from Elizabeth Ave.

Sewing Skirts Tutorials - Maxi skirt, pencil skirt, tulle skirt, circle skirt, midi skirt... love these!

Pleated Chevron Skirt from The Crafty Cupboard

Simple Sewing Tutorials - Skirts - Maxi skirt, pencil skirt, tulle skirt, circle skirt, midi skirt... love these!

Winter Wonderland pattern from Grosgrain Fabulous

Simple Sewing Tutorials - Skirts - Maxi skirt, pencil skirt, tulle skirt, circle skirt, midi skirt... love these!

Rainbow Ric Rac Skirt from Simple Simon & Co

Skirt Patterns

Pencil Skirt from So Sew Easy

Pencil Skirt Tutorial

DIY Tulle Skirt from Yarns and Buttons

Tulle Skirt Tutorial

The Everyday Skirt from iCandy Handmade

The everyday skirt tutorial

Knit Maxi Skirt from The Crafting Chicks

Knit Maxi Skirt tutorial

Floral Midi Tutorial from Elle Apparel

Midi Skirt Tutorial

Short Maxi Skirt with Pocket for Girls from The Crafting Chicks

Short Knit Maxi Skirt with Pocket

Mismatched Maxi Skirt from iCandy Handmade

Mismatched Maxi Skirt tutorial

DIY Michael Kors Inspired Lace Skirt from Riva la Diva

Lace Skirt Tutorial

High-Wasted Sash Skirt from This Big Oak Tree

High wasted sash skirt tutorial

Bandage Style Knit Skirt from Family Ever After

Bandage style knit skirt tutorial

Simple Sewing Tutorials - Skirts - Maxi skirt, pencil skirt, tulle skirt, circle skirt, midi skirt... I can't wait to get sewing!


Hello Crafting Chicks Readers!

We are so excited to be here today sharing a super simple “Rainbow Ric Rac Skirt” Tutorial.   Recently my little girls are into anything with rainbows so, with St. Patrick’s Day coming I thought it was a great excuse to make them a rainbow skirt.

Rainbow Ric Rac Skirt Tutorial

Plus it will be fun to wear through out the spring and then again for Cinco de Mayo!  And it’s sooooooo easy to  make.

Let’s get started.

All you need to make this skirt is an adult size white t-shirt, some 1″ elastic, a variety of ric rac colors, and matching thread.

Rainbow Ric Rac Skirt Step 1

Then to make the actual skirt just follow this simple T-shirt to Skirt tutorial.

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BUT….before you add the elastic into the waistband STOP and complete the following steps first!

Starting at the bottom hem of your skirt add your first row of ric rac.  Fold under your ric rac at the beginning and ending of the row so that the raw edges will be tucked away.  Also over lap the ending of your ric rac row over the beginning.  (When you do this it will look like the photograph below.  I usually start and end my rows on the back or side of my skirt rather than the front.)

Rainbow Ric Rac Skirt Step 2

With this skirt I used the skirts bottom hem stitching as my guide for placing the bottom row of ric rac.  Sewing it directly on top of that hem.

Next I pinned my next row up in place and stitched it to the skirt.

Rainbow Ric Rac Skirt Step 3

I continued sewing on one row at a time from the bottom to the top (making sure to match my thread to my ric rac) until my rainbow was complete.

Then I returned to the steps in the T-shirt to Skirt tutorial, added my elastic to the waistband and was finished!

Rainbow Ric Rac Skirt Finished

This really is such an easy afternoon project and my girls love it.

*NoTe:  I know, this isn’t a true rainbow…my 4 year old wanted “a big pink stripe” instead of a purple one…and then I wanted to add a silver lining to the bottom. 🙂

*NoTe AgAiN:  Don’t have ric rac?  Use grosgrain ribbon!  (You can usually find the entire rainbow of colors at the Dollar Store!)


Stitchn_Kitchen_Christmas_Blog_Tour-01 We are so excited to be a part of the Riley Blake Stitch ‘n Kitchen Blog Tour.

Today I’m going to be sharing a fun Hand-Stitiched Berry Kissmas Pillow.

Hand-Stitiched Berry Kissmas Pillow

I have loved hand-stitiching for many years now. These are so easy to whip up in an afternoon. Here’s what you’ll need to “cook up” your own “Berry Kissmas” pillow.

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Hand-Stitched Berry Kissmas Pillow
“Making” Time: 1 afternoon
Ingredients For the Hand-Stitching:
Stitchable Pattern–Download below
Emboirdery Floss to match your fabric
Background fabric, I used Riley Blake Basics in Skin color.
Ingredients For the Pillow:
4 different fabrics, I used Lost & Found Christmas
Instructions: 

For the embroidery:

Download the pattern.

Download Black

  1. Transfer your pattern onto your fabric. I always do this by printing and then tapping the pattern to a window. Tape your fabric on top of the pattern and trace with a pencil.
  2. Use a basic backstitch to make the wording and the mistletoe steams in green.
  3. Use a french knot for each of the red berries.
  4. Once your done with your hand-stich, cut it to a finished size of 9 1/4 x 5. Set aside for now.

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For the pillow:

  1. Cut out 2 strips of fabric 11 5/8 x 2 5/8, for the top and bottom.
  2. Then cut out 2 strips of fabric 7 1/4 x 2 5/8 for the sides.
  3. Attach the top and the bottom first, rights sides together, using a 1/4″ seam to your embroidery, leaving the longer ends on opposite sides. Press.
  4. Attach the sides, placing the right sides of the fabric together, using a 1/4″ seam to your embroidery. Press Merry-Kissmass-Pillow-front
  5. Cut a backing out 14 x 9 3/8. Merry-Kissmass-Pillow-fabric
  6. Place right sides of fabric together and sew pillow together, leaving a space to stuff the pillow and then hand stitch closed.

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That’s it!

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Now you have a really cute pillow to keep or give away!

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Now since this is a Stitch ‘n Kitchen Blog Tour, I need to leave you with a yummy recipe.

I can hardly talk about “kissmas” without thinking of Herseys Kisses. We love them at our house and I’m happy to share a yummy recipe with you.

These are our Cherry Cordial Chocolate Crinkle Cookie.

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So yummy and soft inside, with just the right amount of cherry.

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Hop on over to get the recipe.

Thanks for stopping by!

*This post may contain affiliate links.


Hi everyone!

My name is Sarah, and I blog over at Becoming Martha – a place where I share a lot of fun ideas for crafts, simple DIYs, parties, and since I’m a busy mom, things for the kids, too! I am so excited to be here today, showing you this great tutorial for a fun and easy way to make a Christmas play dress for your little one.

Make thie adorable Christmas dress in under an hour with just a pillow case and a tank top!

The idea came to me when I saw these fun candy cane striped pillow cases for $2. I thought they would make an adorable dress bottom, but I have such little sewing experience that I didn’t want to construct a top. Dealing with necklines and armholes seemed like a big task to me. Instead, I grabbed this plain white tank top (for $3!) to use on the top. Doing this made the dress so easy that I’m convinced even the most basic of sewing levels could complete it. I really and truly can’t sew much besides a straight line, so you can believe me on this one. But if you don’t, just read through this tutorial, and hopefully you will be convinced!

Simple Christmas Play Dress

To make your own Christmas play dress, you won’t need very much. Your supply list will look like this:

  • pillow cases (standard size) – I also used a plain white one underneath because the stripes were a little see through.
  • tank top or t-shirt
  • iron on vinyl
  • co-ordinating thread
  • wide ribbon (optional)
  • hemming tape (optional)

I took a picture of every single step, so to save space, I’ve grouped them together into main body and sleeve steps.

Make thie adorable Christmas dress in under an hour with just a pillow case and a tank top!

Step 1: Using a dress that fits your child, measure how long you want the skirt to be. Leave an additional inch for hemming. The hem of the pillow case will be the hem on the bottom of your skirt (hooray for saving time!) so make sure you cut the excess off the closed pillow case end.

Step 2: If you are using a liner, cut the liner about an inch (or a hemline) shorter than your printed fabric. You may also want to iron it, which I was too lazy to do, as you can see.

Step 3: Set your sewing machine to the longest straight stitch it has, and run the skirt (both layers) through the machine. Don’t backstitch at the beginning or end. Leave long tails at both ends so you can gather the fabric by pulling on the bobbin thread (the bottom one) until the fabric gathers. Spread the gathers out evenly.

Step 4: Cut your tank top using your dress as a guide (I always cut 3 inches down from the arm hole) and pin it to the skirt, right sides together. Run it through your sewing machine again, cut any loose or long threads, and flip the right way out. (PS – see the holes along the bottom of my top? Yeh… I kinda ran it through with the wrong side of the shirt facing the skirt… My seam ripper and I got pretty close that afternoon. But no biggie, it was covered up by the new seam.)

Make thie adorable Christmas dress in under an hour with just a pillow case and a tank top!

When you are finished these steps, your dress will look like the image above. If your shirt has sleeves or you want to make a tank dress, you could stop there, but if you want simple flutter sleeves, just follow these three simple steps:

Make thie adorable Christmas dress in under an hour with just a pillow case and a tank top!

Step 1: Fold the excess fabric from the pillow case in half and cut a small shape like the image above. When unfolded, it will look like a really skinny C. Use your first cut as a pattern for your second. I cut my sleeves to be the height of the arm hole.

Step 2: Sew a straight stitch along the curved side of the sleeve, backstitching both ends. The straight edge will be gathered, so follow the process above for gathering. (If you aren’t sure how to gather, I highly suggest watching a YouTube video – that’s how I learned.)

Step 3: Pin to the inside your shirt, lining the center of the sleeve up with the shoulder seam. Run it through your machine one last time.

Make thie adorable Christmas dress in under an hour with just a pillow case and a tank top!

And ta-da! You have a dress! You could stop here, but while we’re at it, I wanted to dazzle mine up a bit. I used some red iron on vinyl and cut out the phrase “ho ho ho” with my Cricut Explore. (The image is from their image library in Design Space if you want to use the same one!)

Make thie adorable Christmas dress in under an hour with just a pillow case and a tank top!

Once the vinyl is weeded, position it on your shirt, and using an iron on with the steam off, adhere it to the top of the dress. Always follow the iron on instructions, because usually they call for a layer of thin fabric between the iron and the vinyl. I use a (wait for it…) pillow case.

Make thie adorable Christmas dress in under an hour with just a pillow case and a tank top!

The only step I don’t have a picture of was adding the ribbon around the waist. It was a last minute addition, and not neccessary. The only reason I added it was because the tank top was quite as fitted as I had hoped – plus, who can say no to a pretty bow? I didn’t have any red thread, so I used hemming tape to fuse the ribbon to the dress.

Make thie adorable Christmas dress in under an hour with just a pillow case and a tank top!

My little sweetie just loved her dress, and she loved telling everyone that I made it even more! She even wore it to school today when she was “Ami du Jour” (friend of the day) so she could show it off.

So are you convinced? I hope you feel confident enough to make own yourself, and if you do, I would love to see it! Tag me on instagram – you can find me at @becomingmartha.

And if you want more simple ideas for Christmas, you have to see my nativity scene snow globe ornament and mini wood slice wreath. They both look so elegant, but are really easy to create.

nativity ornament 7 Create this wood slice wreath and impress the neighbours with your fancy new door decor this holiday!

Thanks so much to The Crafting Chicks for having me here and I hope you all stop by to visit me at Becoming Martha soon!


Hexagon Wreath Tutorial

Hi everyone! I am Elizabeth, one half of the duo of sisters-in-law who blog together at Simple Simon and Company. At Simple Simon and Company we love simple sewing, quilting and craft projects that anyone can do. We have a motto at Simple Simon that “anyone can sew” and we really believe it. If you can operate a gas pedal on a car you can “drive” a sewing machine! And while today’s project is not stitching on a sewing machine—it is still simple.

If you are anything like me you are spending half the day in carpool lines and/or lessons or appointments with your kiddos….and so lately I have been taking some craft supplies with me in the car. This tutorial is for a form of quilting called English Paper Piecing but don’t be afraid of the title…it is a super simple form of handstitching or sewing.

Materials:

*Green fabric square 3″ by 3″

*Hexagon Paper Pieces (6)

*Embroidery Hoop

*Red pom pom trim

*Scrap of red yarn

*18″ by 18″ white fabric square

Step 1: Make your 6 EPP (English Paper Piecing) hexagons. I actually made most of this wreath while two of my kiddos were getting their cavities filled. If you need a TUTORIAL for making the HEXAGONS, CLICK HERE. Stitch the 6 hexagons together in a wreath shape.

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Step 2: After all 6 of your hexagons are sewn together, take the papers out and turn the wreath over.

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Step 3: Place the hexagon wreath onto the 18″ by 18″ white fabric and stitch it down onto your fabric.

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Step 4: Once your wreath is stitched down you can insert it into your embroidery hoop. I then used bit of a red yard scrap made into a bow at the bottom of the wreath.

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Step 5: Add some small pom pom trim to the embroidery hoop and you are done!

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To find other simple sewing or quilting projects you can join us over at Simple Simon and Company.


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We love a good challenge. So when Michaels asked us to come up with a DIY Costume you bet we were game!

Now my 7-year-old told me she wanted to be a fairy, so I went in looking for anything that could make her look magical on Halloween. But I also wanted something that wouldn’t just get set aside once October was over. Here’s what I came up with. I’m so in love with how it turned out.

DIY Fairy Costume

 

I walked in Micheals and began my search. I found these beautiful fairy wings and knew I hit the jackpot. A quick stop by the fabric and sewing section, (did you know they have fabric?), and I was all set.  I made 2 different color fairy costumes for 2 of my girls. I can’t decide which one I love more.

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I decided that I wanted to make a quick skirt for the girls. I love this Simple Skirt Tutorial on MADE. So easy and fast, but super cute! And the best part is that they can wear them over and over. They aren’t just for dress up!

Fairy-skirt

I decided to double layer the glitter tulle over top of the cotton. WARNING: You will have glitter everywhere. I think I look like a fairy after sewing these, but they are so stinking cute!

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Once your skirt is done you’ll just need to add the wings, and of course the magic wand. I found these adorable wands for $1 by the foam crafts at Michaels. SCORE!

DIY-Fairy

I had a hard time getting her to hold still to take pictures. She was ready to fly away.

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Still haven’t decided what you’re going to be? Check out the other 49 DIY costumes from the Michaels Makers and you might just find the perfect one for you, your kiddos or your beloved pet this Halloween– they’re to die for!



aztec-lounge-pants

I’m so excited to join in Riley Blake’s Back to School Blog Tour! We sure love that we get to work with such an amazing company.

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For my Back to School project I choose to make some cute lounge pants for my daughter. I wanted to use a soft knit and once I saw this fun aztec print from Carley Griffith I had to have it.

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First off, I have to say that I am NOT a pattern designer–YET. So I went in search of the best pattern I could find that that happened to be these Lazy Days Lounge Pants from Gracious Threads found on etsy.

il_570xN.632485255_h8e0 Of course I began with printing everything out and gathering all my supplies and following the great step-by-step instruction like pre washing fabric.

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I’m not going to go into deep detail in this post because I purchased this pattern and would encourage you to do the same if you’d like to make these pants. Well worth the $7.50 since you can make pants for sizes 2T-12 with this one pattern.  (I might try to even make me a pair.)

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Let’s talk about this amazing fabric. Riley Blake makes amazing and high quality knit. Not that flimsy stuff you can get at some stores. This is the good knit. And the fabric designs are so beautiful.

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I made these pants in one afternoon and only had to unpick once. That’s like a record for me.

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And now my oldest has a comfy pair of Aztec Lounge Pants to sport around.

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She honestly wouldn’t take them off.

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I am so excited to share something that I’ve been working on for months now.

Last year Hazel and Ruby came to us with their idea of making Crafternoon Kits and we thought it was genius! We jumped at the chance to work with them to create this fun Jersey Knit Scarf Crafternoon Kit. Jersey Knit Scarf Crafternoon Kit

So you may be asking, “what is a Crafternoon Kit?” It is a kit of a fun trendy craft idea from some of your favorite bloggers, pulled together in a smart little package so all you have to do it open it up and start crafting. No more searching for this or that just so you can finish a project. These kits come with it all.

Here’s a fun video clip with more info.

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For my kit you will get the jersey pieces (already cut and ready to go), needle and thread.

You’ll get to make a year-round scarf by layering, braiding and combining soft t-shirt material. Pretty navy, mint and grey fabrics will allow you to make a fun and stylish scarf for anytime of the year.

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There are easy step by step instructions in each kit, but if you still need a little more help I’ve made a video tutorial.

This kit is so fun and easy you’ll be able to make one up in no time at all.

 

Something-Turquoise-Crafternoon-Felt-Flower-Headband-1 Blog Hop

All of the blog/kit designers are doing a blog hop… so keep the fun going by jumping over to read the next post by Something Turquoise and learn all about her adorable fun Felt Flower Headband Kit! Hazel & Ruby also has a blog post up sharing more details about this new program which you can find here.

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Giveaway

I can’t wait to have a Crafternoon girls day. In fact, we’d love for our of our readers to win a Crafternoon Day with friends!

Just enter below for you and 5 friends to win one of my Jersey Knit Scarf Crafternoon Kits!
Jersey Knit Scarf Crafternoon Party for 6

 



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