I realized I left out an important element when I wrote up my Travel Cosmetics Case Tutorial a few weeks back- ideas for fabric combinations! I was asked to make a custom case for a client, so I figured this would be the perfect opportunity to suggest some great fabrics!¬† DuckaDilly sponsored my tutorial, so […]

View full post »

loading...

Good afternoon! I do hope all of my American friends had a wonderful and safe Independence Day! Ours was relatively quiet and very nice. Today I want to show you the extremely late birthday present I made for Emilee. She has been obsessed with horses since her entrance into the world, so the Mustang fabric […]

View full post »

loading...
  • Ivy

    That dress is stunning. What a lucky girl! And I can’t believe you were told your machine is not up to par. Look what you *do* with your machine! More than most of us could ever do with our “better” machines. And it is pretty unbelievable that you were booted out of a contest where the prize is a machine that would get you “up to par.” So sorry, Meredith.ReplyCancel

I’ve had a draft of this post for a whole month, and here we are. I’ve been in a funk and things are not getting published as soon as I would like. But I do have some new stuff you show you! Rae asked me to test out her Beatrix pattern a while back. It […]

View full post »

loading...
  • they look great, love the nani iro!ReplyCancel

  • You are a ROCKSTAR at making garments! I love everything you make! Your fit is always spot on (Even though you say you cut the hem too high on this one)! I feel like everything you make looks like something you would buy in a store! The quality is impeccable!ReplyCancel

  • I love these both so much!! You did a fantastic job! I’m also really curious to see if the final pattern pieces work for you or if you’re going to have to keep using your “hacked” tester version LOL… keep me posted!!!

    :)ReplyCancel

I was given the incredible privilege of being a contestant for the second Super Online Sewing Match hosted by Sew Mama Sew. The winner will receive two brand new Janome sewing machines- so basically if you’ve been following me for any amount of time on here or Instagram, you know how desperate I was so […]

View full post »

loading...

I was recently asked by the Oliver + S team to write about my favorite pattern from them- the Sketchbook¬† Shirt! That post will be up on their blog later this week, but I can’t resist showing you the two newest versions I made for Wallace for this special blogging occasion. I picked up some […]

View full post »

loading...
  • Good job! Both shirts look adorable on him. I’m a bit nervous to sew clothes as it’s been almost 20 years! Shirts make me nervousReplyCancel

  • Those shirts are adorable, but the model steals the show!ReplyCancel

  • Joanne

    Just wondering what size you sewed up. Is your little guy around a year? Im looking to make this for my grandson after seeing your beautiful sewing. He’s turning one year in a month. Thanks for the inspiration!ReplyCancel

  • how he’s grown! love the shirts on him..and still can’t believe you did all that on the hello kitty! oliver+s patterns are great! they teach you so much. you picked out the greatest fabrics for that pattern!!! such a good eye :)ReplyCancel