Hello there! Today I have something mighty exciting, even if I do say so myself – so I’ll cut to the chase; I’ve made a free printable for you! This printable is one that you can use for those moments when you see a garment and think ‘boy oh boy do I want to make… Continue reading
Hey everyone! I hope you’re all having a happy day – hopefully this post and seeing lots of cute baby photos will cheer you up if you aren’t! Today I’ll be wrapping up the sewalong I hosted, #TheSewbackProject (if you aren’t sure what I’m talking about, click that link and you can read what it’s all about… Continue reading #thesewbackproject Wrap Up!
I was a very super lucky ducky recently, as I was a Sew Over It pattern tester for the release of their newest paper pattern, the Elsie dress. I’d seen Elsie on their website a few times when looking through the London classes, and knew that there was a lot of hype around the pattern… Continue reading Sew Over It Elsie Dress – Pattern Review
Yay, the prom dress was made in time! I’d been planning this make for ages, but there were lots of calamities involved, which meant that I didn’t actually finish it until two hours before the prom – despite knowing what I wanted to make since around October. Year 13 prom (which is basically the last year… Continue reading My Prom Dress!
Hello! Yesterday heralded my first Marigold jumpsuit – a Tilly and the Buttons pattern – something which I’d been meaning to make for a while but ended up being one of those items that ends up being taken over by sewalongs and the sort of garments that you just need to make for a specific day… Continue reading Marigold & the Tilly HQ!
Hello to you lovely sewists! Just to let you know, I’m going to be extending the deadline for #thesewbackproject until the end of July instead of the end of June! I know that there are a lot of sewalongs ending this month, so to give you a chance and so that you won’t need to rush,… Continue reading My #thesewbackproject Dress
This is my second Mimi blouse, and hopefully you’ll be pleased to hear that the making of this one was a much smoother journey! (If you’d like to read about the many mishaps of the previous Mimi, I’ll link the blog post here.) The fabric was very lightweight so I knew it would gather nicely,… Continue reading The Lovestruck Mimi Blouse