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
If there was a game called “refashion everything into an ogden cami” I think I would win! It’s just such an easy pattern to refashion from other garments. It requires very little fabric and is very hack-able, two characteristics that are great for refashioning.
This project has been finished for so long I am so happy to finally be posting it. Its not news that I love the Ogden Cami by True Bias, but this one is special because it is a super fun refashion that turned a dress I never wore into a tank that gets lots of wear time!
It’s that time! Pilar and I have been pouring over all of your amazing makes and we just can’t believe the amazing work y’all have done!
Yesterday I showed you what I received for the Restyling exchange… Today I am so excited to show you what I MADE for the Restyling Exchange!!Click here if you would like to continue reading
Y’all … it’s FINALLY HERE! I have been SEW antsy to reveal this to you but I of course had to wait till REVEAL WEEKEND for the 2018 Restyling Exchange. Reveal Weekend is literally the best part of the exchange. We finally get to share & see what everyone has made for the exchange, plus hear everyones reactions to their newly Restyled garments.
Today I am so excited to share with you what Jackie restyled for me!
I’ve been wanting to share this refashion for a while but it sat on the back burner and then it was winter and seemed seasonally inappropriate but now spring is upon us so here she is!! Keep reading for more on my process & inspiration for this project.
There is something so special about refashioning a vintage wedding dress. Especially one with personal history. Refashioning my moms wedding dress for my own wedding was such a unique an unforgettable experience. After the wedding I sort of put out into the universe that I would love to do more projects like it. Thats when I got a Facebook message from an old friend who was soon-to-be-married and wanted to wear her grandmothers dress. The dress needed some major updating and alterations for a better fit. Without hesitation I told her I was her gal.
How bad of a host am I to JUST NOW be posting the restyle I received for the Restyling Exchange 2017!? I have to admit it was a bit of poor planning on my part. I was out of town for the reveal weekend and once I missed the posting party I just let it all fall by the wayside. Never the less I am so excited to share this with you. Last week, my restyler Sophie shared her process for restyling this dress for me. Be sure to check it out if you haven’t already. Read on for my take of this fun refashioned vintage dress.
Guys I’m so excited to introduce the oh-so-talented Sophie Hines of Sophie Hines lingerie and the ever so popular Euler Bralette Pattern (I’m seriously dying to make one of those). She was my restyler for the Restyling Exchange 2017 and today she is going to take you behind the scenes and share her prices for restyling my beautiful vintage dress. Next week I will be sharing my take on receiving this lovely dress (and mostly just sharing pictures of me happily dancing around in it). I was going do do a combo post but Sophie’s was so well written and it would have been CRAZY long so lets hear from Sophie first. Keep reading for all the goodness!