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DIY gather skirt. Perfect for a summer day or a spring party

Great idea and tips for sewing a khaki scout uniform for dolls.

Love these zippered pouches. Tutorial at Noodlehead. Thinking I'll use some of my remaining scraps from a recent project to make one.

I want to use this vintage clutch as an inspiration for a quilted clutch. Thinking of using cream, royal blue and some gold fabrics and mimicking the shapes on this bag.

"School Photo Dress" Pattern from Oliver + S. Fabric: Lizzy House's Illusion in Basra Blue

A zippered pea pod with three fun peas. One pea crinkles when touched (I sewed a tortilla chip bag inside). One squeaks (squeaker inside) and one rattles (small plastic container with bee-bees inside). The zipper is a child sized zipper

Fourth of July headband and twirly skirt.

A simple doll quilt using up some of my scraps.

Second fabric bucket. This one will hold my current knitting project(s).

First in a series of portable fabric buckets to be used in collecting up things around the house.

I'd really like to make one of these headbands detailed over at Ruffles and Stuff www.rufflesandstu...

Some felt carrots for my little one's Easter basket.

I made little Matilda a top to match mine.

  • Emily Danforth

    I know, right? She's cute enough to make anything look good.

  • Emily Danforth

    I do love designer fabrics. They are usually worth the price. I only use designer fabrics nowadays, including for solid fabrics. I just wish I could afford some of the really nice Finnish and Japanese prints.

Made a simple spring blouse for myself. I need to alter the shoulders a little. Love the fabric. It is Khristian Howell's Chelsea Blooms Terre from the Bryant Park line.

Closeup of tote bag with a heart design and hand sewn contrast stitching

Toddler backpack with kokka print fabric made using Made by Rae's toddler backpack pattern.

Valentine's headband with a red felt rose.

A jersey necklace made from thrifted men's t-shirts

A cheerful little coffee cup cozy

Used the last of my red polka dotted fabric to make Matilda a sun hat using the pattern from Liesl Gibson's new book "Little Things to Sew"