Tag Archive: women

Top-Down Ear Flap Hat

What winter demands is a hat that does the job of keeping your head and…

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Reverse Juliet Sleeve Top

Last Autumn, I was all about the cardi. From slouchy cardigans to maxi cardigans, I was all over it. This Fall, I am all about the sweatshirt. I have found myself purchasing everything from hoodies, to big slouchy sweatshirts reminiscent of my youth, to fun and flirty sweatshirts that I can wear on date night. […]

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Crocheted Cat Mask: free pattern + tutorial

There are some kids who know what they want to be for Halloween in January, and some kids who hem and haw about it until the last minute. My kids fall squarely into that second category. While the jury’s still out on what kind of last minute costume prep I’ll be doing, I thought I’d…

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Rug Rag + Leather Bag Tutorial

My husband thinks I have too many bags. He’s nicknamed me the bag lady. I’ll cop to that. 😉 I think it’s important to have the right bag for different jobs. Soft totes for grocery bags, zipper totes for flying, and sturdy totes for library trips, picnics… almost everything else! Like this rug rag tote….

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Purl Soho Pullover 2017

It’s unlike us to fiddle with a classic, but when an oldie-but-goodie can use an…

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Purl Soho Pullover 2017

It’s unlike us to fiddle with a classic, but when an oldie-but-goodie can use an…

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DIY Wood Bead Wrap Choker + David Kind Glasses Clips Review

Anyone loving that 90’s fashion is back? I’ll admit that I resisted at first, but now I am all in. I really like seeing new spins on old trends like the choker. The wrap choker is one in particular that I have wanted to wear and DIY (of course) for some time. It just looks…

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Modern Apron DIY

I love taking basic patterns, and adding small design features that really POP. By sewing clean lines with precision, using modern textiles, and truly keeping your eye on the design – you can turn just about any sloper into something that looks straight off the runway. Classics never go out of style. The modern linen […]

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Ruffled Zipper Jeans DIY

Want to give an old pair of skinny jeans a gorgeous upgrade? how about adding a ruffled zipper to the hem! Simply grab a couple of jean metal zippers and your heavy duty fabric scissors, and you can make a fun and pretty upcycled pair of jeans in under 2 hours. The best part? Because […]

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Sergent Pepper A Line Dress

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Fiskars®. For 50 years Fiskars® has been aiding our creativity in studios worldwide. Whether it is in your sewing studio, craft room, classroom, garden or more – the iconic orange handled scissors have been there every step of the way. Fiskars ironworks was founded […]

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Folk Art Inspired Floral Statement Shoes

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Reeves. All opinions are 100% mine. There’s no question that florals are a hot trend right now…which almost doesn’t seem worth noting, since to me, florals are timeless. Wherever you fall on the floral trend spectrum, I’ve partnered up with Reeves to share a quick, easy,…

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Metallic Temporary Tattoos (+ free cut file)

Have you seen the new metallic temporary tattoo papers from Silhouette? They come in gold and silver and they are SO fun! I started by putting some stars on my hands and cheeks…did anyone else do this in junior high? I used to glue little gems or put stickers on my cheeks all the time,…

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Kindness Rocks Project

If you’re looking for something to do that’s creative, fun, and uplifting, I’ve got a craft that checks ALL of those boxes. I’ve teamed up with Michaels to help spread the word about an amazing project called the Kindness Rocks Project. You paint messages of love on rocks and place them in the pathway of…

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Frayed Denim Neckline Sundress

That moment that you see a fabric that you simply HAVE TO OWN, only to find out that it has a little over a yard left on the bolt. I could’ve made a lot of things with this fabric, it is smooth and soft like butta. Billed as a ‘denim’ tie dye, it feels more […]

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DIY Adventure Shirts (free cut files)

It’s no secret that since moving to the Pacific Northwest, we have fallen in love with this place. If you follow me on Instagram (@deliacreates) it reads much like a love letter to this rugged, beautiful, landscape. It has definitely ignited a passion for adventure in our family. The next step of professing our love…

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DIY Adventure Shirts (free cut files)

It’s no secret that since moving to the Pacific Northwest, we have fallen in love with this place. If you follow me on Instagram (@deliacreates) it reads much like a love letter to this rugged, beautiful, landscape. It has definitely ignited a passion for adventure in our family. The next step of professing our love…

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Gauze Maxi Skirt DIY

Who doesn’t love a good maxi skirt?!! Whether you like them fitted with a slit, tiered, ruffled, or flowy like this one – maxi skirts make us feel pretty while still being the ultimate in comfort. I love the feeling of a maxi skirt blowing in the breeze, something about it evokes memories of classic […]

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Top + Bottom Top

We could quote plenty of famous creative people.. fashion designers, writers, architects, artists, artisans, musicians……

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Button Front Tank DIY

  When its so hot that you feel like you are melting the second you walk outside, clothing needs to be breezy, cool, and easy to wear. We are talking tank tops, t-shirts, jean shorts, and loose midi or maxi dresses. Outfits that I can throw on without too much effort, and look good with […]

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Six Easy Steps to Refresh Your Houseplants for Summer

Summer is finally here! After a cold, loooong winter I am so ready to air out the house, dig in some dirt, and update the closet! Just as much as I’m ready to refresh for summer, after lying mostly dormant and dusty all winter, my indoor plants are ready to stretch their leaves and soak…

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lisette for butterick B6464 sleeveless top

Liesl shares three summer tops she has made from her Lisette B6464 pattern. She also demonstrates how to do a bust adjustment on the pattern to give yourself a perfect fit.

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Wonder Woman Tank Top DIY

As some of you may know, I love to run. Recently I have added some very light weight training to my routine, just so I could switch things up a bit and not let my body get bored with just running. (After all, this Momma loves her ice cream, pizza, and wine…lol!) I was absolutely […]

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Paper Palm Frond Party Decor + Free Cut Files

If there is a plant that makes me think of summer, it’s definitely the palm. Which makes it great party decor to help ring in summer! Today I’ve teamed up with Michaels to bring you three ways to add a little palm leaf pizazz to your summer party. Since, we literally don’t have palms growing on trees…

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Ruffle Wrap Skirt

I have been looking for the perfect floral skirt for quite some time now. The problem was finding the perfect fabric. I could never seem to find a pretty floral that wasn’t either sheer, or had the right amount of lightweight drape that I was looking for. So imagine my excitement when I happened to […]

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Adjustable Aprons in Daily Linen

Not too light and not too heavy, our new Daily Linen is just the right…

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Free Sewing Pattern – Circle Skirt Waist Template

Free Sewing Pattern – Circle Skirt Waist Template

PATTERN DETAILS Updated with Resized Template to better suit knit fabric! Learn to use this simple template to make any size of circle skirt. Click on the link below for detailed instructions on how to use this circle skirt template! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Sew with Knits Use a sewing machine SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Any […]

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Easy Cropped Top DIY

When it comes to Summer, we think simple tops that we can throw on with just about anything. The easy cropped top is just that. Made from just over one yard of fabric, this lightweight woven top is perfect for pairing with skirts, high waisted pants, or even over a tight dress! It makes a […]

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Circular Yoke Summer Shirt

Right about now, many of us are tucking our hand knits into beds of cedar…

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How to Make Woven Jogger Pants

Love jogger pants, but don’t want to be walking around town in sweats? Why don’t you try making them in a woven fabric! Woven joggers are super cute, and can be dressed up or down for a comfy daytime look or night on the town! With the right fabric, these easy to make pants are […]

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Off the Shoulder Maxi Dress DIY

Nothing says sweet home Alabama quite like a Derby Party and magnolias (and sweet tea, don’t forget the sweet tea – lol). This weekend my husband and I are dressing up for our very first Derby Party, and I couldn’t be more excited! After going back and forth on what to wear, I finally decided […]

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