I'm Jen Hagedorn, the designer behind Tie Dye Diva sewing patterns. My line of downloadable sewing patterns focuses on easy-to-sew and easy-to wear classic clothing designs for baby and child, with ...
I'm Jen Hagedorn, the designer behind Tie Dye Diva sewing patterns. My line of downloadable sewing patterns focuses on easy-to-sew and easy-to wear classic clothing designs for baby and child, with just a touch of whimsy like animal ears on fleece hats and ruffled bottoms on baby wear. I aim to make sewing a gratifying and educational process that gives you a result you're proud of.
Tie Dye Diva patterns was launched in 2007. The line currently features more than 70 unique sewing patterns for baby, children, adults and home. Besides the PDF format patterns you find on this site and at retail sites around the web, you can find Tie Dye Diva patterns in publications including:
Stash Books' Hat Shop: 25 Projects to Sew, from Practical to Fascinating (Design Collective), compiled by Suzanne Woods,
Wiley Press, Sewn Hats by Carla Hegeman, and Crim
Annie's Sewing Sew Special Baby Gifts.
I am also a workshop instructor here on Craftsy.com. My Twirl Skirt with Bloomers pattern workshop is a great way for beginning sewers to sew a beautiful garment with help available at every step of the way.
I live in Northern California with a supportive and patient husband who never complains about having serger tails sticking to his shirt, and 3 beautiful children who are great fit models, accomplished fabric-stash refolders and enthusiastic critics of my work. Come join me and many Tie Dye Diva patterns fans in our interactive group on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/groups/tiedyedivapatterns/
This tutorial teaches you how to sew this easy 'infinity scarf' in just about any fabric you can dream of in less than 30 minutes. Make it chunky and cozy in fleece and flannel, sophisticated in silk charmeuse, or floaty and barely-there in a sheer. Great unisex gift item for everyone on your list!
Rectangular cutting dimensions are given as well as complete, step by step photographed instructions. Every photo is diagrammed with exactly where you need to sew so you never need to guess.
You can use fleece, flannel, jersey and other stretchy knits, light to midweight woven cottons and blends, stretch velvet, velveteen, minky and cuddle fabrics, sheers such as chiffon and silks are all examples of good choices.