I wrote myself a pretty hefty to-make list in May. I accomplished a fair deal of it! I wrote a whole post about my Lous, whipped out a bunch of Ogdens, finished a pocket skirt, and made a TON of bias tape. But I didn’t hit either pajama pattern I wanted to do. I lost some
I feel like I say this every month, but seriously: where did May go?! I can hardly believe that it’s already time to share our May makes for Project #SewMyStyle! It seems like I was just sharing awesome ways to customize your Cali Faye Pocket Skirt, and now here I am sharing my completed garment.
First things first: the giveaway winner! Congratulations to Laura (@abundanceofthreads)! I’ll be sending you an email in a few hours with information on how you’ll receive your prizes. Now on to more good stuff: today we’re talking about the newest Evie la Luve DIY pattern, the Maxine Panty! I love my me-made underwear collection. It’s small,
Heyyyyyyooooo! In case you missed it (but really, how could you?), Tuesday was my first Instabirthday! And to celebrate, I’m hosting a giveaway. You can win three awesome prizes, including my all-time favorite cardigan pattern, the Driftless Cardigan. Thank you, Grainline Studio! In honor of that (and because it’s long overdue), I’m sharing my Driftless
Hey everyone! Today in honor of the Lou Box Top being a prize in my Instagram birthday giveaway, I’m sharing one of my favorite hacks. If you’ve been following me for a while, you probably know how much I love me a Lou. And this Lou Box Top ruffle hack is one of my favorites!
You guys. One year ago today, I posted my first ever photo on Instagram. I had just moved my sewing machine from my bedroom down to a corner of my parents’ basement. My fabric was getting stacked up on the shelves next to decades of Playmobil toys. And I really, really wanted to participate in
It’s getting nice around here, y’all. And now that there’s some sunshine and warmer temps, I’m thinking about branching out! And by branching out, I mean taking photos in places that aren’t various rooms in my parents’ house or their backyard. Not that I don’t love those — but hey, why not try some other
The grass is green, the birds are back, and the days are longer: summer must be close. This summer, I’m looking to build myself a better work wardrobe. I still want to make some pieces that are just for fun, though! If you’re looking to make yourself some pieces that are on-trend and adorable, good
Hey everyone, and welcome back to another month of Project #SewMyStyle! After what was kind of a flop last month, I’m excited for a project I think will go super well! As usual, I’m bringing you several ways to make your garment your own. This month we’re working on the Pocket Skirt from Cali Faye
Hey there! Happy May! I love May — it represents the start of summer to me. Sometimes it’s still pretty cold through the whole month here in Chicago, but I think we’re rolling with the warm weather here. I’m still thinking about my ideal summer wardrobe (never did get around to a wardrobe planning post