Tag Archive: women

Two-Color Homestretch Hat

It truly is time for a Homestretch Hat, but this hat is not only a…

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Dairy Free Peppermint Chocolate Bark + Win Her Wish List Holiday Giveaway

This post was created in partnership with Signature by Levi Strauss & Co. Even though the holidays are such a busy time, I love to make Christmas treats. My three ingredient Peppermint Chocolate Bark is the perfect solution to that conundrum. It’s sooo easy and quick for the busiest of schedules. And it’s a fun,…

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Trio of Colorwork Hats

Fair isle designs may be most common in sweaters, but at this, the most wonderful…

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Little House Gift Boxes – Free Cut Files

This post is created in partnership with Silhouette. It also contains affiliate links.  I have this thing with little houses, especially around the holidays.  If you’ve seen my advent houses and my paper gingerbread/holiday houses, then these little house gift boxes are probably no surprise! πŸ˜‰ They come in two sizes…The small one can be…

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Leather Anemone Clutch – Tutorial + Free Cut Files

This post is created in partnership with Silhouette.  The beauty of pleather anemones is that they can be in bloom all year round! And with this project, you can carry a bouquet of them with you wherever you go, in the form of this leather clutch. If you’ve been here a while, you know I…

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How to Crochet Cables + free beanie pattern + Video!

Earlier this year, I released a free crochet pattern called the Skip Twist Cabled Beanie. Shortly afterward, I got requests for video, because sometimes seeing it in pictures just isn’t enough! First, I have to sing my praises for crocheted cables. They are not as hard as you think they would be and they look…

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Julie Hoover for Purl Soho: Olson

If, like me, your favorite shirts are loose with a generous armhole depth, when you…

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Jumbo Capelet

You can make this little Jumbo Capelet in about the time it takes to say…

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Top-Down Circular Yoke Pullover

In the less-is-more department: Our very pretty, pared-down, delightfully soft Top-Down Circular Yoke Pullover. When…

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Denim Jacket and Fall Floral Dress

With kids in school, that means I get more sewing time. Yay! The first item on my sewing list was a new fall floral dress, to go perfectly with my Signature by Levi Strauss & Co.™ Trucker Jacket. It makes for the perfect 90’s throwback look that makes me feel like all that and a bag…

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Liesl’s Recital Shirts

Liesl is here today to show you the Recital Shirts she made for herself in two very different fabrics: denim and silk.

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Overnight Bag Feature in Mollie Makes

I’m so excited to show you what I’ve been working on for Mollie Makes! It’s an overnight bag tutorial, complete with a swivel hook leather strap, welt lining zipper pocket, and the prettiest Rifle Paper Co. dark floral fabric from Fabric.com (affiliate link*). It’s a lovely canvas material that is sturdy but soft. The lining is…

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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. πŸ˜‰ 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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