Like how to add backstraps to flip flops! (I need to do this for my own flip flops!)
flutter tee-- right down to making that neat print going up the side.
leather bracelets are easier than you think-- and they are made from upcyled leather belts!
I was so excited when I found out that Jen and I shared an aversion to button holes. I knew she would come up with a clever, simple way to get around it. And she did!
The Sewing Rabbit's fall 2013 collection, minus the piping. (Come visit me on The Sewing Rabbit to learn how to make a peplum top next week!)
And now you have a beautiful faux button placket with no buttonholes involved! I'll be no one will even notice it's a fake :)
Thanks for having me, Palak! I hope my little trick saves others some stitch picking (and hear tearing out!) as well.
Jen, I love it! I think this is a perfect way to make sure those plackets look perfect, even if your machine hates buttonholes. And bonus- you'll never have to chase daughter around the house trying to button all the buttons on the back of her shirt. (Please tell me I'm not the only one who has to do this!).
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