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
Instagram destashes are the best. I’ve been curious about this pattern since it came out (I love the cropped version!) But I didn’t consider actually making it till this fabric came into my life and it seemed like a match made in knit dress heaven!Click here if you would like to continue reading
It’s finally reveal time on this fun project I did in collaboration with Workroom Social Fabrics! If you missed it, check out my behind-the-scenes planning post I did for this project here. Be sure to watch my you tube video for this make (scroll down) for a special guest appearance!!
So I’m FINALLY blogging about this super cozy sweatshirt I made with speckled sweatshirt fleece from D and H Fabrics last year. I LOVE the shape of this top (so swingy yes!?)
Every year for my birthday I make myself something special. This year it was all about polka dot maxi-magic!!
You may not know this about me but I do some sort of work out just about every morning. Sometimes it’s yoga, sometimes it’s strength training videos on youtube. It’s never longer than an hour (lets me honest mostly thirty minutes) and it’s not crazy intense but it’s an important part of my day that I rarely skip even on my laziest of mornings. So naturally when I noticed the bums on my spandex workout shorts starting to wear out and pill I decided it was time to make some of my own.
If you’ve been following me for a while you know I’m a fan of all things “swing”. When this pattern came out from Named Clothing it immediately went onto my “to sew” list. Then this fabric crossed my path and I knew it was a match made in heaven.