Little Birdie Secrets." These instructions are the simplest version I've found. The hard part has been finding knee-high/thigh-high socks that I like that I could use. Somewhere I found instructions for frilly baby legs. Basically the same, but you stretch the edge as you serge or zig-zag sew the hem.
Friday, November 20, 2009
I flipped out when I saw this! I actually have a stack of vintage embroidered pillowcases, that I've been trying to figure out how to restyle. When I saw this adorable and simple dress, I just knew it's the answer. Here's the link to the tutorial on "Little Birdie Secrets."
one is my favorite BY FAR. Those women at "Little Birdie Secrets" are so clever. My dear baby girl is already getting a collection of bows and barrettes, so I know that I will be making one of these in the near future. I'll post pics when I finish mine.
"Little Birdie Secrets" which they got the idea from someone else. The link will take you to the original tutorial at "Altered Cloth" with detailed instructions on how to make this.
I found this tutorial on the "The Little Birdie Secrets" blog. It is instructions for a knit hip cover, it helps keep you modest with low rise jeans or you could use it as a maternity band to extend how long you can wear non-maternity clothes. I wish I had found this tutorial a few months ago while I was still pregnant a bought something similar for $18 to cover my preggo belly. Maybe I'll make a few to help conceal my post-baby muffin top and extend the length of some of my shorter shirts.
Anyone who reads my personal blog, will probably ask this question. I have recently discovered the glorious world of craft blogging. I love just looking at other people's ideas. My first thought is ALWAYS "I bet I could make that." So, my head fills with ideas and I never get any of them started because I usually forget or can't find where I found the idea. So, this is simply a collection of the ideas I find and some of my attempts at trying them. Maybe you'll be inspired by something you find here and think, "I bet I could make that..."