Hi all, for those who don’t know me, I’m Thao from Little Cumquat. I’m very grateful to be invited again as a guest blogger for Chalk and Notch, and I’m thrilled to be sharing with you this simple two-piece Fringe hack that I hope you will love. The Fringe pattern is one of my favorites.
We have a special guest today, the lovely Loni of HavinSewMuchFun, sharing her Woven Pixie with a side split hem! I love this hack so much that I have already made two and I have plans for more…maybe even a dress. This hack will require a bit more pattern work, but Loni walks you through
We have a special guest today who is an excellent seamstress and someone I can always count on for construction help. Thao of Little Cumquat is sharing her ruffle hem tutorial. I’ll let her give you all the details – we hope you enjoy! Thao of Little Cumquat I’m so honored to be a guest
We have a special guest today who is a dear friend and a talented seamstress. Leslie of Threadbear Garments is sharing her maxi hack, and I can’t wait to make one or three of my own. I’ll let her give you all the details – we hope you enjoy! Leslie’s Pixie Tee Maxi Tutorial I’m
I am so excited to have a special guest posting on the Chalk and Notch blog today! Meg of MEGMADE Sewing is sharing the changes she made to make the Pixie Tee maternity friendly. I’ll let her give you all the details – we hope you enjoy! Meg’s Pixie Tee Maternity Tutorial Meg of MEGMADE
I’ve promised a Fringe Maxi Tutorial since I released the Fringe Blouse & Dress Pattern in August. Somehow it’s already October but I’m happy to have this post up for you. I think the Fringe Maxi makes a pretty perfect holiday dress, and since the holidays are right around the corner I may have purchased more
I’ve had lots of questions about whether or not you can make the Farrah pattern in knit fabric. The answer is YES, absolutely! I made View A back in April before I headed out for SNAP Conference but I’m just now getting around to getting a few photos for you. Emily of Enjoyful Makes sewed up