Thumbhole Cuffs – The Hack We All Need

It’s finally cooler, but it’s not quite cold enough for gloves.   Or if your children are like mine, they can’t keep up with any gloves.  They also pull and tug on their sleeves, which drives me insane, but I digress, lol.

How do we avoid that? THUMBHOLE CUFFS! Deborah was nice enough to demonstrate three different quick tutorials for thumbhole cuffs.  Try all three and let us know which is your favorite.

Method 1:

Method 2:


Method 3:

That’s it! Three different ways to add thumbhole cuffs without adding a ton of time to your project.  You can add these to any of our cuffs.  Be sure to show us your thumbhole cuffs on Facebook at Sofilantjes Patterns Sew and Show and IG @sofiantjes_anne.

Sofilantjes for the whole family

Hi there! Welcome to my first blog post as part of the Sofilantjes blog team! So tell me, who do you sew these gorgeous Sofilantjes patterns for? For your (grand)children? Yourself? Or maybe even for your husband? You can use Sofilantjes patterns for your whole family! Today I show you how I used just one pattern for our whole little family, while still creating all different looks.

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Guest post: Alter a pattern + big giveaway

Today is our last day for of the Guest blogtour. We hope you enjoyed it as much as we did. Our last contribution for this Guest blogtour is How to alter a pattern by Deka Wear. Mirjam shows you how she alters our very popular Omni Tempore pattern in to a tank top.

Would you like to see all Guestposts one more time, scroll down for the links. Plus, enter the Giveaway…..

Hi, I’m Mirjam from DeKaWear. I learned how to sew when I was a kid, but didn’t do much with it until I had my own kids. About six years ago, when my grandmother died and I inherited her sewing machine, I picked up sewing again. I did not get serious untill about tree years ago, when I started my blog and bought my own sewing machine. I have tree children: two daughters, one is almost 7 years old, the youngest is 15 months old. And a son who is 4 years old.
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