Eider Tunic Pattern Review by Clever Charlotte

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Today, I am writing to you about another great dress for kids: The Eider Tunic by Clever Charlotte.  This dress takes its most prominent characteristic from its namesake, the Eider duck.  Look up this bird, and you will understand perfectly what I am talking about.

Quick and Easy Adjustable Pleated Crib Skirt

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

A lot of customers ask me if it is worth it to make a crib skirt. I always answer that it depends on the crib.  For Braelyn's crib, I made a skirt, and it looked great for the first 5 months of her life when the mattress was raised to its highest position. As soon as we lowered her mattress, you could no longer see it. Her crib has a thick wood panel on the front where the skirt lays, so the skirt became pointless. Mackenzie's crib is a Jenny Lind style crib and is very open; you will be able to see the skirt at all levels.

Sunki Pocket Dress by Figgy's - Pattern Review

Sunday, February 10, 2013

On to my latest creation, the Sunki Pocket Dress by Figgy’s Patterns.  For this pattern, Brooke and I picked two tones of blue corduroy

Maternity Hospital Gown Tutorial Review

Monday, February 04, 2013

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Hospital Gown Tutorial from The Crafty Cupboard Review

Being pregnant a second time so close to my first pregnancy, I remember how awful I look in all of my hospital pictures! I hated how large the regular hospital gowns were on me, and when I was nursing, I felt very exposed because the gown would practically fall off of my small frame. Through Pinterest and Etsy, I have seen so many specialty hospital gowns for sale that I started to investigate. I was surprised to see that they range from $40 to $80 in price. I remembered seeing a DIY maternity hospital gown tutorial on one of my favorite sites, the Crafty Cupboard.
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