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Tuesday, 07 August

23:44

Building life beyond builder-grade beige "IndyWatch Feed Craft"

Kamaole Beach 2 in Kihei, HawaiiWhen I ventured to Maui this last round, it was out of more need than desire. My goal was to recuperate from life for a spell, then to feel out whats next. The length of my stay helped to pave all the steps I knew I had to go through. Its my hope that I []

The post Building life beyond builder-grade beige appeared first on Funky Junk Interiors.

19:50

Aster Shirt "IndyWatch Feed Craft"

  ASTER SHIRT SEWING PATTERN Pattern: Aster Shirt by Colette Patterns Fabric: Flowery Chant Rayon in Subtle, Art Gallery, HERE Thoughts on pattern: While I usually love Seamwork and Colette Patterns, I was a tad disappointed in how this shirt turned out. Perhaps it was user error, but I dont love the way the []

The post Aster Shirt appeared first on The Sewing Rabbit.

14:56

Throwback Tuesday: A Mumu Makeover "IndyWatch Feed Craft"

A fun summer makeover for you from a few years ago:

 Hawaiian Dress Title After

Seriously, who cares if I get freckles on my legs.

Sometimes you just need to go outside, relax and accept what the sun has to offer.

I know Ive said it before, but its true. How lucky am I?

I love waking up to this each day. A small Eastern Oregon town where Im graced with panoramic beauty, where deer hang out in my yard, and where summer has finally arrived. It usually takes me a few weeks to realize it. The first stretch of vacation is always filled with organization, cleaning, appointments, and getting caught up with life. And then it happens..

that one extraordinary day when I wake up and realize the next twenty four hours are totally up to me. I can enjoy whatever comes my way. I can finally breathe and notice my life.

That day was today.

My eyes close, as my favorite stairwell rendition of Halleluia, by Skeye, cascades gently from my laptop. The wannabe musician inside me desperately wants to sing along. But all I can do is catch my breath, and let her beautiful voice go deep to lift me where freckles really dont matter.

The horse slowly saunters over and stares at me. Maybe its Skeyes hypnotic voice that lured him over or maybe its the bright colors of the adirondack chair that Penny made for me. Or maybe, like my friend Karin says, he was connecting with the joy I happen to be feeling at this moment. I look up from the computer and my heart swells yet again. Im so fortunate to have a job that gives me time to heal in the sunshine each summer, to rejuvenate, and to take time just to notice my life.

Today, while noticing my life, I got inspired to make a summer dress to go with my newly acquired leg freckles.  I head into my thrift...

14:00

sewing: cone mills chambray cropped kalle shirt "IndyWatch Feed Craft"

This post is written by Brooke of Olivers Fancy.

Hi everyone! Can you believe it is August already? When I was thinking of something to make with this cone mills chambray, I thought a chambray cropped kalle shirt would be the perfect transitional garment from summer to fall!

I used this cone mills chambray from the imagine gnats shop and it is heavenly! This isnt my first Kalle (first one blogged here), but its my first cropped version.

I made a few changes to the pattern. Im not normally a cropped top type person so I added 3 to the front hem and 1 to the back. I actually meant to make it a little longer and not quite so cropped, but it didnt end up quite as long as Id hoped. This is why you shouldnt cut until you know for sure what length you wantonce you cut, its too late!

It is long enough where I dont have to wear a tank under it though which was my purpose. So Im still quite happy with my results. Also I didnt use the facings and just did a bias binding.

02:49

Quilled Paper Jewelry Featured in UPPERCASE Magazine "IndyWatch Feed Craft"

Are you familiar with UPPERCASE magazine? It's a beauty! Produced independently in Canada by Janine Vangool, its purpose is to "spark the imagination and inspire creativity." Happily, it is an...

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Monday, 06 August

15:20

New One Minute Video: How to Make a Beach Towel Hoodie for Kids "IndyWatch Feed Craft"

Ah, summertime, and the livin is easyrunning through the sprinklers, splashing in the pool or jumping in the waves. Theres nothing like staying wet to beat the heat. But when its time to dry off, dont just use any old towelwrap your kids up in a fun towel they can wear. These cute hooded towels are not only great for the beach, but they can double as a year round bath towel. When you discover how easy they are to make, youll want to make a hooded towel for all the little ones in your life.

Scroll down for the how-to video.

Click here for the full step-by-step photo instructions.

There's nothing like staying wet to beat the heat. But when it's time to dry off, don't just use any old towelwrap your kids up in a fun towel they can wear. These cute hooded towels are not only great for the beach, but they can double as a year round bath towel.

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12:23

Nautical Summer Quilt Along: Modern Nautical Baby Quilt4 Patch "IndyWatch Feed Craft"

Today we are featuring the second block in our Modern Nautical Baby Quilt, a modern twist on a four patch quilt block. See how you construct this simple block below.and make sure you head to our You Tube Channel to see all the previous quilt blocks! *The fabric requirements for the entire baby quilt can []

The post Nautical Summer Quilt Along: Modern Nautical Baby Quilt4 Patch appeared first on Simple Simon and Company.

11:45

Lightweight Raglan Pullover in Cattail Silk "IndyWatch Feed Craft"

We love our Lightweight Raglan Pullover in Linen Quill, but for summer, we love it even more in beautiful Cattail Silk as light and gentle as a warm breeze!

Lightweight Raglan Pullover in Cattail Silk | Purl Soho

The charm of this sweater is in the details: sweet cording stitch edges, gently curved bottom hems, and a graceful drape. Knit in the round from the bottom up with a raglan shoulder, this free pattern achieves a rare blend of challenge and simplicity that will equally engage beginners and old pros.

Lightweight Raglan Pullover in Cattail Silk | Purl Soho

Whether your summer plans include stargazing, strawberry picking, or subway commuting, embrace simplicity with this subtly detailed warm-weather knit. Its hard to imagine a sweeter sweater!

Lightweight Raglan Pullover in Cattail Silk | Purl Soho

Designed for Purl Soho by Laura Ferguson.

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Lightweight Raglan Pullover in Cattail Silk | Purl Soho

10:14

Insta love: Bohemian Brides by ImmaCl Novias "IndyWatch Feed Craft"

 

ImmaCl is a love story.
Their love story nurtures on vintage fashion, love of silks, plumeti tulle, lace and pastel colors. Their heart beats in all the immaculate little details, every single wave of the ruffles, soft rustle of the silk and luscious feel of lace.

Their photoshoots reveal thousands of stories and each leaves a strong imprint on the viewer, making sure they are not forgotten. Desired and cherished.




 

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