Hey fellow sewing friends! I’m over on the AK Patterns blog today showing how to add inset sleeves to the gorgeous Abi Jumpsuit, by mashing it with their Sheona top.
Quick post today with deets and photos of the new Cavallo Leggings from Greenstyle Creations! I loved getting to test these new active wear leggings, and while they were originally inspired as horseback riding pants, they are great for so many other things! My favorite feature without a doubt is the fact that they have no inseam, and it just makes them insanely comfortable.
This prerogative is in large part why I am so excited to have been invited to be a strike sewist for Sew Dynamic Fabrics! Michelle is a custom fabric printer, who prints all of her custom athletics on Repreve Fabric. click here to read more about Repreve’s fabric, process, and specs.
I’ll start off by saying that this will be a fairly brief post just to sing the praises of the fabric and patterns I used, and how truly lovely it is when an outfit turns out even better than you expect because of the quality of the ingredients! I’ve shared this outfit in a few…
I know we’ve all seen the really cute Fabletics leggings with the crisscross back pocket that is so on trend right now! Of course I wanted to hack this, and the perfect pattern to do it is the Apostrophe my fit leggings because it basically includes the pieces needed!!
Hi friends! I’m so very excited to share this sewing pattern hack with you today! Using this amazing Drip Reaction fabric, I recreated this fun pinspiration athletic top.
This beauty. A labor of love, and I don’t say it lightly! I’ve never been more proud of a sew, and am so glad I tried my hand at the Teddy Backpack, from RLR Creations. I hope this inspires you to try a pattern that you find intimidating, as you may just end up loving it more than you can even imagine!!
A brief review of the Sequoia Dolman, a new pattern release from Peekaboo Patterns.
This was a top I’ve had rolling around in my head for a while, and I knew I had to try it. For this top, I used the P4P Twist Back Top pattern. As chenille is VERY prone to stretching/distorting and also unravelling, I changed up the construction techniques to suit the fabric.
Hey friends, I’m here today to share with you a recent project that I undertook, which was to beautify my craft space. I, as many of us do, share my craft space. All of my craft and sewing supplies are squished in to our spare bedroom, where my family comes to stay when they come…