instantly downloadable PDF pattern Apples are conductive. Just like honeycrisp apples make a sweet & quick snack, so do these conductive mittens make an easy & fast project.
instantly downloadable PDF pattern The seamlines on the Yellow Tail Camisole look like the tail of a Yellow Tail Snapper. fits 30"-47" busts Type the price you wish ...
instantly downloadable PDF pattern Like dandelions that grow anywhere, you can wear a Dandelion Dress or Top everywhere. fits 30"-47" busts...
Available in plus sizes. instantly downloadable PDF pattern Lettuce was a symbol of the Egyptian god Min, whose harvest festival was celebrated the first month of summer...
Here’s a guide to help you pick fabric for your hoodie. Sweatshirt fleece would be a cozy & traditional choice. Before you buy your fabric, there are other options you should consider, espec...
This is a guest post by Liz. Liz was gracious enough to test the pattern & whip up a guest post even though she doesn’t have a blog. Truth be told though, I would have asked her to test a different pattern if I had known she lives in Australia! Not exactly a climate where […]Read More »
There are certain things I like a bit absurd, or extreme. Opera length gloves? Sure, they’re around. But mostly just for fancy pants events. Opera length mittens? Not so common. Are they more casual like mittens tend to be or fancier like opera length gloves? And just how many places could you wear mittens that […]Read More »
Tonight I went to Zoo Lights at the Lincoln Park Zoo (one of the last free zoos in the US) & really wished I had made myself a pair of mittens like Winnie’s. Um, lined. Yes please. My next pair of Honeycrisp mittens will be lined. Winnie’s look soooo warm. Plus, they’re just fun! Zebra […]Read More »
Cute. I don’t think there’s any other way to describe them than cute! What do you think of that applique job Brooke did? I do enjoy a good on-the-nose pun, which is why I really like Brooke’s Honeycrisp Mittens & why I named the mittens after apples in the first place. Get it? Apples […]Read More »
Thank you everyone who has shown an interest in the Honeycrisp Mittens! Before you make your own though, you want to see what other people have done, right? Inspiration is always nice, so let’s kick off a little blog hop! First up is Gillian from Crafting a Rainbow. Adorable! After seeing her pictures out […]Read More »
Happy Thanksgiving US sewers! I hope you all had a good day yesterday with your loved ones & ate lots of pie. If you’re not in the US, I hope you had a good day with loved ones & lots of pie anyway! Before I get into the sale, I want to say thank you. […]Read More »
I am very excited to introduce the Honeycrisp Mittens Sewing Pattern to you! And a limited time only paper pattern pre-sale! Why mittens? Why conductive? Well, up here in the northern hemisphere you hands can get mighty cold. Plus, who doesn’t love playing with new fabrics? Conductive fabric is made with real silver! Also, I […]Read More »