Spring is here! It’s time to shove the winter coats to the back of the closet and start playing with fun and flirtatious accessories to bring a bit of spring joy into your daily wear. This fashion-forward peplum belt is a quick way to jazz up any outfit effortlessly. Instead of getting expensive ones in stores, why not whip up your own version in just 45 minutes?
Project Creator: Kylie McGinnity
LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY: INTERMEDIATE
With the AFL Grand Final and NRL Premiership final just wrapped up and the Australian Grand Prix on us, we can’t help but feel inspired about getting our DIY on to create some sportswear and help keep up with the latest hype in fashion!
With the winter season now underway and Wimbledon commencing this week, we show you ‘how to’ take advantage of ‘white’ with your Brother sewing machine.
This drop waist dress has been so popular with my little girl and the full skirt makes it twirly too.
This project is perfect for using up those scraps of material. The bandana will be made to fit over the dog collar, requiring less fabric while being more comfortable for the dog.
MBFWA has wrapped up for another year, and we have never been keener to get our teeth sunk into replicating some of our favourite looks with our Brother sewing machine!
A simple denim crop top DIY, inspired by the boho chic trend!
The great thing about this sweet little dress is that there are no pattern pieces. You can use a new t-shirt or one that is already in the wardrobe. I have included sizes 2-3, 4-5, 6-7 but just add more length for larger sizes.
To make the pocket, download and print the heart diagram attached. Arrange the scraps and cut to size making sure you leave a seam allowance.
Create this lovely heart for your special mum on Mother’s Day (or any day!)
Project Creator: Brother Australia
LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY: BEGINNER