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Showing posts from September, 2009

Emmeline Apron Pattern

Emmeline Apron Pattern side 1 Originally uploaded by Sew Spoiled Welcome to Sew Spoiled!! I feel like a hostess! :) I made this Emmeline Apron for my sister but I want to wear it all the time. My sister came over, she needed my help decorating some kitchen towels for a friend. Next thing I know, she has picked out fabric and the Emmeline apron and I am cutting out the pattern. A slight twist of my wrist... Ok, ok, really none at all and I was starting a new sewing journey. I love Sew Liberated patterns ! They are easy to follow with just a few steps and pattern pieces. I know I will be making more of these for Christmas gifts. I think something that helped me a lot was working on it in stages. I do not have large blocks of time to work on projects, so picking a few step to complete at a time really helped me finish this project. Sew Liberated has a book coming out in December!! It's on the top of my own wish list. I also want to get the Schoolhouse Tunic pattern which should

Petal Knot Jumpers Dresses

Petal Knot Jumpers dresses Originally uploaded by Sew Spoiled One of my favorite things to do is make clothes for my two little girls. They are so cute and fun! I have been collecting Patty Young's fabric from the Mezzanine collection this summer. I love the colors and designs. I decided to make a Petal Knot Jumper from Sandi Henderson's, Claire Pattern, so they could wear the jumpers through the fall months. There is not much of a Sew Spoiled Twist. I just made the skirt from the same fabric (instead of two toned like the pattern suggests) and did not add the apron (I did not want to hide the beautiful skirt fabric). The first thing my girls did when they tried them on was test the spin factor, which must have scored high because they continued to twirl most of the day way. Happy sewing! ~Leah

Sew Spoiled Ladybug Diaper Bag Pattern

Pink Diaper bag front Originally uploaded by Sew Spoiled The Sew Spoiled Ladybug Diaper Bag Epattern is available at Etsy . The Sew Spoiled Ladybug Diaper bag is every mother's dream! It has 7 pockets: 2 exterior slip pockets, 2 exterior elastic pockets, 2 interior elastic pockets and 1 large zipper pocket to carry all of your essential needs. The adjustable messenger strap can hang neatly on a stroller or can be worn over the shoulder. The purse feet are to protect your Ladybug Diaper Bag from ever touching the floor. The magnetic flap is an easy closure to allow you to get whatever you need in a moments notice. The Sew Spoiled Diaper Bag makes a wonderful gift and can also be used as a regular messenger tote. This E-book is 25 pages, over 70 photos and 4 full size templates. Happy Sewing! Leah

Happy Birthday! (to me...) Cha, Cha, Cha:)

Sorry, I have not written in a week. We have been celebrating birthdays!!! Mine was last week and my oldest turned 6 over the weekend!!! We were royally spoiled! The best part was seeing our family and being together. The worst part is that we still have birthday cake and I don't seem to have enough will power to throw it away! What is new with Sew Spoiled? Now you can shop at Pink Chalk Fabrics and buy Sew Spoiled Epatterns there too. I am so glad that Kathy Mack , from Pink Chalk Studio , is carrying Sew Spoiled Designs! She has a beautiful selection of deisgner fabrics to choose from and now you can buy Sew Spoiled patterns all at the same place!

Zen Moment

Zen moment Originally uploaded by Sew Spoiled I love these Gum Drop Cushions!!! The pattern and fabrics are by Amy Butler. I only had enough fabric for either one 24" cushion or two 18" cushions. I knew my two girls would want one each for movie and game nights so I made two. I had no idea they would be so popular! No sooner had I finished the knot to close the hole and they were bouncing all over them. The Gum Drop cushions look adorable stacked on top of each other in a corner or placed side by side against the wall. The Sew Spoiled twist, I made them with 4 yards of different Nigella Home Decor fabrics and 8 bags of 20 oz. poly-fil. I bought 10 bags but only used 8. For Halloween, I might make some cute slipcovers that look like pumpkins:). If you have this pattern, dust it off and try it out. If you don't have it, you can find it anywhere online. There are 5 Etsy shops currently carrying this pattern. Happy Sewing! Leah