Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Coming Soon....Sew Fab Pattern Sale

 Are you guys as excited as me.....this one is a GOOD one!

Coming soon, for one week only, nineteen pattern designers will be joining together to combine their best PDF sewing patterns and selling them to you for the incredible price of $29.95!  That’s over 80% off of the combined retail value!

The Sew Fab Pattern Sale Spring 2014

The Sew Fab Pattern Sale is the original pattern bundle sale!  Grab the bundle when it goes on sale next week and you’ll be all set for the spring and summer seasons!  You have to wait until next week to see which patterns are included in this spring’s bundle, but take a look below to see which designers you'll find!  I think you will be as excited as I am to see some previous favorites as well as several amazing designers that are new to the Sew Fab Sale.

Greenstyle Creations, Handmade Therapy, MODKID, Everything Your Mama Made, The Scientific Seamstress, Figgy's Patterns, Two Sweets Patterns, Things for Boys, Patchwork Posse, Betz White, LBG Studio, Mouse House Creations, Gingercake, Heidi & Finn, Sumo's Sweet Stuff, Terra's Treasures, Paisley Roots, Molly Blossom Designs, Sewing Mama RaeAnna.  Sale sponsored by The Southern Institute.

See you right here, bright and early on Monday morning!

Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Flip this pattern: Flip #2

Of all my planned flips, I am really happy that I got this one done. I had a lot of fun with this one!

Once again, starting with my Colorblock dress pattern, I used the lining pieces from the original pattern to redraft this little jacket/bolero.

I changed the back to a solid piece and the front was cut down the center. I added a layer of batting between the outer and lining fabrics and quilted the entire thing.

I used a soft felted wool for the outer and a organic white and yellow floral cotton for the lining. I had some extra yellow lined bias binding from Flip #1, that used to bind the edges and neckline

I love the modern feel to this bolero

A little something to cover up the arms, or to wear layered for added warmth.

I really love how the quilting gives it an outerwear look, without being too heavy

~ Christine

Monday, April 28, 2014

Flip this pattern: Flip #1 (...a little late)

There have been a whole lotta sickies around here, so this post is coming waaaay later then is should! :)

I was hoping to join in the Flip this pattern series, much earlier in the month, and had quite a few versions in mind. But, because life happens, I ended up with only two flips to show. (flip #2 coming tomorrow)

Using the Colorblock dress as a starting point, I created a cute Easter dress for my oldest to wear

Using only the lining pieces from the original pattern, I redrafted the hem to be hi-low. I finished the hem with bias binding and I also put in a zipper rather then a button back closure

I used a really soft, yellow linen. I added some cascading rolled flowers made from strips of linen and embellished some with small pearls. The flowers twist all the way from the lower front to the middle back of the dress.

I think it turned out really cute, and I love the all the texture you get from the fraying linen.

I think this would look great as a simple flower girl dress, and by using the same fabric for both the dress and the flowers, it does not look too busy

Stay tuned for Flip #2 coming tomorrow.....


Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Finally here...The Ballon Top

Just in time for Spring, Our latest pattern is ready! Introducing the Ballon Top

Lots of options with this one: short, 3/4 or long sleeve. Short of long overlay...

Seriously perfect for every little girl! (and little princess)
 Grab your copy today in the shop

Check out the awesome stuff my testers came up with....I absolutely LOVE them all, and they all look soooo different!\littlealiceboutique\littlealiceboutique

A BIG BIG thank you to all my testers! - You all did an amazing job!


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