sew4bub.com hoodie to romper diy tutorial

Re-Fashionable Romper [Tutorial]

I was thrilled this year to be invited to be a part of Refashion Month with House of Estrela. If you have been reading the blog for a while you will know that this type of project is my jam – especially kids clothes, and I had an absolute ball with this one: Introducing the Re-Fashionable Romper!…

Sharpie art fabric finished product sew4bub.com

Floral Fabric Art with Sharpies [Tutorial]

Just recently, I was looking for a small amount of floral knit fabric, enough to make a size 3 dress bodice and I ran into a couple of problems: I couldn’t find exactly what I was looking for, and I objected to paying $8 and upwards in postage plus the price of the fabric when…

30 Festive Fabric Scrap Frolics sew4bub

30 Festive Fabric Scrap Frolics [round-up]

I have been sewing up a lot of muslins and samples lately, and I have found my stockpile of scraps building to new heights. So I checked out my favourite go-to for inspiration on such things, Pinterest, and came up with a list of my top festive season scrap busting projects.

5 min Bonds nappy cover hack sew4bub

Socks to baby pants Part 3 – The 5 min Bonds nappy cover hack [tutorial]

When my kids were babies, I always loved the look of Bonds brand nappy covers, (Bonds is an Australian brand so in case you don’t know what I am talking about these). As my kids wore cloth nappies I was especially drawn to the design because of all the room in the back for the nappy butt :), but at $11 per pair, a whole set of these was never in the budget.

I have since devised this hack which takes about 5 min and costs around $1 depending where you buy your socks.