I’m calling this one my “I’m comfy and I work at a pediatricians office” shirt.Click here if you would like to continue reading
This post is looooooonnnggg over due! This was one of my first makes for #theyearofslowsewing and I can’t believe I’m just now getting around to share it with you. I had so much fun with this project. It was a great one to start the new year off with as it brought me out of a bit of a creative rut.Click here if you would like to continue reading
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!?)
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.
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!
New favorite T-shirt Alert!! I’m not much of a jeans and T-shirt kind of girl. But out of the t-shirts I do have… about half of them are stripes. Theres just something so chic about a striped tee that instantly elevates a casual outfit.
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.
Just a short and sweet post about the Archer shirt I made for my grandma because I haven’t gotten any pictures with her in it yet. It was her 85th birthday and I’ve never made her anything so I thought it would be a great time to start!