I’ve never had more perfectly fitting bikini bottoms in my life, I’ll just say that. I got a wild hair to use the Apostrophe MyFit Underwear pattern to create my own bikini bottoms, after seeing so many styles of bikini bottoms but not wanting to buy 147 different patterns.
Hey friends! I’m on the Ellie and Mac blog today sharing how I created this crop yoga sweater, inspired by an Alo top I saw at Nordstrom!
Today I’m going on a new sewing adventure, a reversible jacket. Magnolia floral liverpool is our Thrifty Thursday print, so I decided to make a bomber jacket with it using a thrifty FREE pattern, the Reversible Mood Bomber Jacket. Here are my thoughts, additions and full review!
This last week, I got the opportunity to sew with some new-to-me athletic fabric bases, tencel and tricot. So I will preface by saying that both of these fabrics are incredible, and I only wish I knew about them sooner because they are perfect for summer! However, that green jacket (McCalls #m7199) was just about the death of me!
Hi friends! I’m excited to share with you today a gorgeous new pattern! I was given the opportunity to review a new women’s romper pattern, the Stevie Jumpsuit that DIBY released a couple weeks ago. I jumped at the opportunity because I absolutely love rompers! Jessica designed this pattern chalk-full of options, but I just…
If you know me, and have seen my sewing, you know it pretty well that if I have enough fabric to make a mommy and me outfit, then I definitely will! Not only can you not find really cute mommy and son outfits in ready-to-wear, but it’s so much more fun when I get to make styles that we both love in fabrics that coordinate!
I’ve officially started my very first capsule wardrobe!! I can’t tell you how much time I spent using the Amelia Lane Capsule Wardrobe Builder worksheet to try and plan out what I was going to make. I think it took me so long because I bought the fabrics before I decided to make a capsule, so working them into a coherent collection that could mix and match was MUCH harder than it would have been otherwise! Live and learn…