Owl share a secret with you. I love owls. 🙂 And my daughter loves owls. So, naturally when we saw this adorable owl fabric at JoAnn’s, I knew it had to come home with us even if we did nothing but add it to fabric stache. My daughter, on the other hand, wanted a jacket… Continue reading Owl love you forever Andover
It’s that time of year again when parents scramble to gather school supplies, book bags, and school clothes before school starts and summer ends. I thought I’d make life a little earlier and make a few items of clothing – one of which is a pair of back to school Kensingtons for my silly girl.… Continue reading Back to School Kensingtons
Last week I decided it was time to tackle a hurdle – pattern drafting. I worked with an existing pattern, the free Wardrobe by Me Hera pattern, and designed a pair of culottes to create a jumpsuit. How many of you have heard about and already signed up for the Hera pattern? If you haven’t, here you… Continue reading Designing Culottes for the Wardrobe by Me Hera
Hi, lovely sewists! Happy Wednesday! I hope your week is going well and you’re soaking in the some summer rays instead of staring longingly out a window while it’s pouring cats and dogs outside. That’s been my week…rain and then more rain. So, what do you do when you can’t go outside? Sew, of course!… Continue reading Bayside MOMper
Meet the Summer Breeze Tunic by Christina Albeck of Wardrobe by Me. I’m sharing my knit version of this amazing tunic as part of a week-long blog tour. And I hope that you’ll love it as much as I do. Sadly, today marks the end of the Wardrobe by Me Blog Tour, but you still have an opportunity… Continue reading WBM Summer Breeze is here!
Hello, everyone! In today’s blog post, I am honored to be joining a group of amazing seamstresses in sewing the Amuse Boho Top and Dress by Suzanne of Winter Wear Designs. When I first heard about this amazing week-long blog tour, I jumped at the chance to showcase the Amuse because I love all things Winter Wear Designs.… Continue reading Amuse Boho Returns Home
Today, I get to share the Venice Dress by New Horizons Designs. The Venice is a great pattern for drapey wovens – you can also use lightweight knits. I just love the drape of this beautiful challis I chose. The pattern comes in a wide range of sizes: 00 – 26. It features a low neckline,… Continue reading Venice Dress