So...I might have a sequin problem...and a vest problem...or maybe we can avoid calling them problems and just enjoy these projects. The only one that was for me (for now, at least...it IS a sample) is the mustard yellow wool vest. It's so nice and provides just enough warmth for what I need indoors. I … Continue reading Recent projects- a collection
When Rachel, our adorable and sweet as can be, Brazilian sewcialist (that's her, above), contacted me about testing her Brasilia dress pattern almost two years ago (really, that long?) I jumped at it. I made a light pink version and sent her pictures and never did a proper post. Here you can see my work in … Continue reading Brasilia Maxi dress
Yes. I've got jumpsuit fever. It's bad. I'm buying all the jumpsuit patterns and have plans to make them ALL! I'm working up the By Hand London Holly version 2 right now. The Holly trousers I made came out so well I knew I was ready to cut. I was told on IG to mock … Continue reading Jumpsuit Fever
Gillian from Crafting a Rainbow (now on WordPress!) started this. She posted her two truths and a lie and then posted people's guesses so I thought I'd join in and do the same. So, if you wanna play, in the comments, tell me which of the following three you think is a lie about me. … Continue reading Two Truths and a Lie
I've had this song stuck in my head for weeks now. I originally heard it in the Francis Ford Coppola movie, The Conversation. If you know this movie or decide to watch it, the lightness of the song and the twisted theme of the movie might floor you. It did me, anyway.But on to this … Continue reading Hop hop hoppin along
I jumped on this bandwagon a little late in the game- silly work schedule. See, I bought this koi quilting cotton maybe a year ago that I knew I wanted to make into a skirt...later, maybe 4 months ago, I bought the Cambie pattern and put two and two together. Some of you know how … Continue reading Sew Dolly Clacket… just in the nick of time!
Do you remember this book? I thought it was the best book when I was a kid...and I still love it! Grover keeps telling the reader not to turn the pages because, as the title says, there's a monster at the end and he's not that thrilled to meet this monster. But, every time the … Continue reading What did I just say about buying another pattern??