Welcome to the Seen & Sewn Together blog tour. Arielle from Seen & Sewn Patterns is creating patterns with a focus on encouraging people to join the #handmaderevolution by sewing their own handmade wardrobe. A nice group of sewing bloggers have joined together to share with you how we’ve taken the Seen & Sewn Patterns … Continue reading The Aspen Tank – Another Light Summer Blouse
Welcome to a new installment I like to call 'Sew What Did We Wear On Vacation'. It's pretty self explanatory: I'm going to talk about how awesome my Me Made clothes were on vacation. We've had a pass to the Tennessee Aquarium in Chattanooga for a year now but prior to this trip we had … Continue reading Sew What Did We Wear On Vacation: June 2017
This is my first time participating in The Monthly Stitch's Indie Pattern Month challenges and I'm so excited! I've been sewing a lot more over the last several months but, come to think of it, I have been in a bit of a rut designer-wise so this week's challenge to try a pattern from a … Continue reading Trying Something New!
Like I've said before, summer is hot and humid and icky and gross. Breezy cute tops are one of the only upsides. I really really love how quick and easy knit is to work with but ultimately I prefer the look of woven garments. There's just something about the way darts help shape the garment. … Continue reading Laela Jeyne Summer Collection: Introducing the Lily Blouse
I "met" Ann from Designer Stitch while I was testing the Bridget for her and she's so sweet. She loves sewing, designing, and helping women look/feel beautiful. Her patterns are amazing and I have been not-so-patiently waiting for her to release the Eleni* ever since she first started talking about it. I love it so … Continue reading The Eleni Top from Designer Stitch
I'm so excited to be a part of this beautiful Sewing Up Spring blog tour hosted by Tibeca from Sewing by Ti! I love beauty and newness that spring brings and what better way to enjoy it all than to sew a new floral top that you can look amazing in for any occasion? Last fall … Continue reading Sewing Up Spring: Fun Floral Fashion!
Last St. Patrick's Day I made a super cute suspender skirt from Little Lizard King. I went all out with the holiday theme and used sparkly shamrocks that definitely made it a St. Patrick's Day skirt as opposed to a green spring skirt. This year I wanted to do something different, something that my little … Continue reading Spring Pleated Tunic
Laela Jeyne Patterns recently updated the Sasha Collection* and I had the pleasure of testing it out. There are so many combinations! The customization options include: -two bodice options: a faux wrap front or a button up front -four sleeve lengths: sleeveless, short sleeves, 3/4 sleeves, and long sleeves -an elastic or drawstring waist -a … Continue reading Testing the Sasha Collection from Laela Jeyne Patterns