Daisy Crochet Face Scrubbies Pattern

Daisy Crochet Face Scrubbies Pattern

Looking for an adorable way to clean up your skincare routine? Replace your disposable cotton pads and makeup remover wipes with this sweet project. The Daisy Crochet Face Scrubbies Pattern is a free, beginner-friendly crochet pattern that’s totally unique and makes for a great sustainable swap. This DIY makeup remover pad uses eco-friendly yarn made from 100% cotton, making it soft on your most sensitive skin. Use these crochet face pads to gently buff your cheeks during your cleansing routine for a deep clean that isn’t harsh on your skin or the planet. Find the *FREE* pattern for the Daisy Crochet Face Scrubbies in this blog post!

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How To Source Sustainable Fabric For Sewing

How To Source Sustainable Fabric For Sewing

Sewing your own clothing may seem like an eco-friendly alternative to purchasing from fast-fashion retailers, but is that always the case? The fabric we purchase from our local craft store often goes through the same energy-intensive manufacturing processes as ready-to-wear clothing. Not only are these practices usually created under unethical working conditions, but they also require a ton of energy and water. They even pollute the environment via dye runoff, among other ways. Clearly, we can do better! If you’re like me, one of the reasons you started making your own clothing was to dress in a more environmentally friendly way. That’s why I’m sharing a few tips on how to source sustainable fabric for your sewing practice. Let’s dive on in!

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The Peppermint Pocket Skirt Outfit Mood Boards + A New Way To Plan Your Me-Made Projects!

The Peppermint Pocket Skirt Outfit Mood Boards + A New Way To Plan Your Me-Made Projects!

As an avid mood board creator and project planner, I love discovering new ways to gather inspiration and brainstorm upcoming makes. I’ve tried everything from Pinterest mood boards to notebook sketches! Not anymore, because I’ve recently come across a fun and easy way to start planning my sewing projects that I just had to share with you guys. Using the “Rule of Three Outfits” here are a few outfit ideas for my next project: The Pocket Skirt from Peppermint Magazine!

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McCall’s 7969 Sewing Pattern Review

McCall’s 7969 Sewing Pattern Review

After seeing post after post of this swoon-worthy dress on Instagram, I decided to finally hop on the McCall’s M7969 train. I’m so glad I did because this easygoing piece with a breezy feel could not be more perfect for spring! In this McCall’s 7969 sewing pattern review, I’m talking all about which size range I chose to fit my pregnant belly, adding pockets to a dress pattern, and giving my final thoughts on the pattern instructions. Read the full post to find out more!

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You Baby: My Billie Sweatshirt Dress from Tilly and the Buttons

You Baby: My Billie Sweatshirt Dress from Tilly and the Buttons

The first maternity-friendly addition to my handmade wardrobe: The Billie Sweatshirt Dress from Tilly and the Buttons. Find all the details about this make, including how I embroidered my family’s heart-shaped initials onto it, in this blog post!

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