Storage Box (Roof Support for Playhouse)

It’s hard to come back from a vacation. Once I did, I had to work on that third playhouse. I’ve been told by lots of people who I should make them and sell them. I’ve only made three so far and each time, I’ve had done at least one window backwards. I realize this when […]

Pattern Review: Playhouses

Blue Line Train

Back in January, my mom found a pattern for a very girlie playhouse. She thought both Izze and her cousin would love to play in this since they like playing in their outdoor playhouse. This version would be great to play in on those bad weather days or when kids are sick and can’t go […]

Rapunzel, Rapunzel, How Do You Like Your Hair?

Disney's Tangled (Rapunzel's Dress)

I know it’s been a while since I last posted on here but life has a way of butting in on things.  Recently, I’ve been busy making Izze’s Halloween costume. Our whole family was wondering what she would be for Halloween. My sister-in-law and I even toyed with the idea of our kids going as […]

Pattern Review: Cloth Training Pants

Back in March I purchased a pattern for making cloth training pants. The reason, I’m just not totally 100% behind disposable training pants. I feel like they are the exact same thing as a regular disposable diaper and in some cases like Huggies®, they fasten on the hips than across the belly. I wanted something […]

Recycling Fabric

Kidsline Bunny Meadow Valance

When we had Lady Niblet, we kept her close to our bed in a co-sleeper. She was born at 38 weeks and was 4 lbs. and 10 oz. She was born two weeks early due things starting to point to pre-eclampsia. She was small and wore preemie clothes for two weeks and suddenly jumped to […]

Project Finished


I finally finished the fruits and veggies. Due to time limits and the need to ship out one of the four sets, I had to make some cuts. I originally wanted to have grapes, bananas, eggplant and a last-minute cut, corn on the cob. The decision to cut those items was mainly the time involved […]

Almost Finished with Felt Food

All I have left is oranges, lettuce and corn on the cob. The last one mentioned is the one that is the most involved. As for the other two items, I have only two oranges left to sew and stuff. The lettuce seems easy since it’s basically a ball of felt stuffed and the four […]

Making Felt Food Continues …

Garlic, Lime, Sweet Potato

Since my last post, I ordered some more felt in colors I didn’t have. I basically got a sheet of every color but skipping the blues and greys and purples too. I did this because I couldn’t tell from the picture if the greens I was looking at would be the shade I wanted. Needless […]