I am so excited to finally announce that my first PDF sewing pattern is now up for sale! It is called the Full Moon Tote Bag. This is my first foray into selling my patterns, so I’m not sure what to expect, but it’s been so much fun so far! Continue reading
The other night I was really bored, so I decided to play dress up! Continue reading
Hello! Sorry I haven’t posted in a while. I’ve been working on getting one of my patterns ready to release as a PDF and I have been neglecting my trusty sewing blog! I took a break from the pattern to spruce up my summer wardrobe. Continue reading
I love all of the fabric that I dye and I really hate to waste any of it, so I always save the small pieces of fabric that are left over after I cut out a garment. When I build up enough of them, I turn them into something new!
My fabric buying budget has been a little low lately, but I won’t let that dampen my zeal for sewing! Whenever I run out of new fabric I start hunting through my “archives” to see if there are any pieces that I can recycle. I found a few test scarves that I made when I first started experimenting with shibori, and I thought they might look cool pieced together into a colorful patchwork of some kind.
My sister got married this past September, and like all people with questionable decision making abilities and poor impulse control, I offered to make her wedding dress…
It all worked out. Continue reading
On Tuesday of this past week, I realized I had worn my own (made by me) clothes to work two days in a row. I decided to keep up the trend and wear something I had made every day for the rest of the week:
Wow! I feel like I’ve been gone for a long time! I have made some progress in the “making my own clothes” department and I wanted to share some pictures. I thought at first that I should start with cold weather clothes because it was winter, but I decided it made more sense to work a season ahead so that I would have a collection of garments ready to go when the weather gets warm. One possible down side to this is that it might be difficult to motivate myself to work on a wool coat when August rolls around… Continue reading