Today in the Chelsea Party Dress sewalong we will be talking fabric and supplies. Including some extra tips on color blocking and print mixing to get the most out of your Chelsea Party Dress!
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One of my favorite parts of launching a new pattern is getting to show you what all my amazing pattern testers have made!Click here if you would like to continue reading
Welcome to the Chelsea Party Dress Sewalong! The Chelsea Party Dress may seem a bit intimidating with the various panels and pieces, but after this sewalong you will find she is quite easy to assemble when you break it down step-by-step. I will also be covering helpful tips on fitting, choosing your fabrics, and styling your Chelsea Dress.
I have another back log for you that I’m finally getting around to sharing! I made this dress last fall. It’s such a great transition piece that can be worn casually or dressed up.Click here if you would like to continue reading
You know that sweet moment when you find the perfect pattern to match with those three yards of fabric you have no idea why you bought in the first place and they come together to create me-made magic!?
Well… read on friend.Click here if you would like to continue reading
Without further ado… the third edition of the Restyling Exchange is here! Last year’s Restyling Exchange was a great success – with over 60 participants from 10 countries and 3 different continents. How could we not bring it back this year?!Click here if you would like to continue reading
I’m on the cusp of taking the ruffle sleeves off of this dress and I need y’all to convince me other wise. I’ve been calling this my football dress and I bet you can guess why…Click here if you would like to continue reading
I never tire of a good before and after! When people know you sew, they tend to just throw things they don’t want your way. It’s both a blessing and a curse (no I don’t want your hole-y mud stain splattered jeans thank you very much). One thing I NEVER say no to is good leather… its always good to have around.Click here if you would like to continue reading
Amy Nicole Collins is a seamstress, designer, and pattern maker in south Texas. She is on a journey toward having a fully handmade wardrobe (with a little vintage mixed in). When she's not sewing she can be found, reading, eating cupcakes, snuggling with her boston terrier Banjo, or all of the above. Read More…