oliver + s Library Dress Pattern Child Size 6mos-4 Uncut Complete


oliver and s Library Dress Pattern Child size mock wrap dress pattern in two different styles. Pattern is complete and uncut. Sizes included are 6-12 M,12-18 M, 18-24 M,2T,3T, and 4 Sturdy pattern envelope in good shape…has sticker residue on front and minor marking. Cost of shipping included in price. Continue reading oliver + s Library Dress Pattern Child Size 6mos-4 Uncut Complete

k.p. kid’s & co Little Sprouts Wardrobe 1994 Pattern Sizes 6M-4T


k.p. kids & co “Little Sprouts” Wardrobe patternThis is vintage 1994, very classic 90’s homespun design by Kari Pearson. These kids patterns are very versatile and easily made non gender specific. Sizes included 6M- 4T. Pattern is complete and uncut. Price includes shipping. Continue reading k.p. kid’s & co Little Sprouts Wardrobe 1994 Pattern Sizes 6M-4T

*SOLD* Serendipity Studio Diane Kimono Dress Pattern XXS-XXL


No. 117 Diane Kimono Dress patternDesigner: Kay Whitt for Serendipity Studio 2011Tissue pattern for sizes XXS-XXL with complete instructions. 5 variations in 4 lengths.Pattern is uncut and complete.See below photo for measurements and fabric requirements. Price includes shipping. Continue reading *SOLD* Serendipity Studio Diane Kimono Dress Pattern XXS-XXL

Vintage Goodies: What Shall I Be? The Exciting Game of Career Girls Boardgame


What shall I be? The Exciting Game of Career Girls 1976 Boardgame This gem is an effort by Selchow & Righter Company to correct their original “What Shall I Be?” career girls game from 1966. In the original, girls could choose to be a teacher, airline hostess, actress, nurse, model,or ballet dancer. BUT if you pick the “personality card” that said YOU ARE OVERWEIGHT…oh,dear… you can’t be half of those jobs.  The version for boys released at the same time offered careers like surgeon, lawyer,astronaut,horse jockey, film director, and news anchor. I don’t know if that version also eliminated jobs … Continue reading Vintage Goodies: What Shall I Be? The Exciting Game of Career Girls Boardgame

Knot a Problem- angels to all knitters with cats and toddlers


Twice in my life I have Freecycled impossibly tangled yarn. Once, the culprit was my toddler who unwound  two skeins of yarn and not only that, carried one end in each hand and walked through the house with them. This happened in the span of maybe 2 minutes while I ran to them bathroom. Those toddlers are lightning quick little buggers. The other time was kitten related. Kittens are going to kitten. After that I made sure there was never yarn in open baskets or left unattended on the couch. I remember wondering  when the yarn was rapidly snatched up … Continue reading Knot a Problem- angels to all knitters with cats and toddlers

Kid’s T-Shirt + Old Jeans = Upcycled Tote Bag


I can be a little sentimental about the clothes my kids have outgrown. We are moving this summer and my husband has challenged me to turn all those clothes I’ve saved into something crafty. When I realized last week that my littlest needed a new bag to carry back and forth to pre-school, I headed for the To Be Upcycled pile and the kids’ clothes stash for some supplies. Supplies: One size 2 Batman shirt and 2 pairs of jeans my teenage girls wore to death. The bag he had been using was just your basic reusable grocery bag, the … Continue reading Kid’s T-Shirt + Old Jeans = Upcycled Tote Bag