Celebrate all the reasons to be single this Valentine’s Day.
This cuddle body has attached arms and legs. Not Jointed. I was in need of a new project, and it was suggested by my cousin that I try making a pattern for a doll body with jointed arms. I did some research and used up a twin size sheet practicing the pattern, but I haveContinue reading “Cuddle Body Picture Tutorial”
It didn’t go as planned, and that’s ok. After two weeks of being pretty good at the no spend January, week three was a wash. I lost my motivation and splurged beyond my set budget (but not by much) on some tasty foods and wine. It’s funny how it is easier to stay on theContinue reading “My No Spend January Journey”
Tips and tricks for learning to sew on a tight budget.
Week two of my no spend January was more difficult than I expected. I am working on my unhealthy relationship with spending.
Make a 22″ doll and learn to make garments on a smaller scale. Fun for kids interested in fashion design!
Make a healthcare worker outfit with a free pattern for a 22″ doll. Great for the beginner sewist.
Like a spiritual fast, I am making important revelations on my no spend journey.
A new year’s resolution to spend less on expenses and nothing on anything not emergent. It’s just one step toward fulfilling goals and removing my money from a system I do not support.
Make simple treats for your best friend. Peanut Butter Oatmeal Treats Roll out the dough and cut with fun cookie cutters. I had a dog shaped playdough cutter that was especially fun. These treats are not actually baked, in the traditional sense. They are dried in the oven at a low temperature. 200F works prettyContinue reading “Homemade Dog Treats: Two Easy Recipes”