I am excited to participate in Me Made May this month! If you're not familiar with Me Made May go and check out So Zo's blog post for more information. Each person that decides to join in for Me Made May can write their pledge in the comments section of the blog post (mentioned above). I… Continue reading Me Made May 2018
Hello! I am excited to wrap up the Red, White and Pink blog tour today, hosted by Simply by Ti fabrics. The theme that I picked for today's post is the color red. I use to think that I couldn't wear red. I thought that red only looked good on certain people (and I was… Continue reading Red, White and Pink blog tour hosted by Simply by Ti
(Although I'm hoping to share mostly my sewing adventures on this blog, I will also share knitting and spinning posts from time to time.) As I share with people that I enjoy spinning wool/fibers into yarn, a frequent question that I get asked is, "Why?" I always smile as I get asked this question… Continue reading Why I spin wool into yarn…
I'm excited to share of a review of the book Sew U Home Stretch, the Built by Wendy Guide to Sewing Knit Fabrics by Wendy Mullin. The premise of this book is to offer a guide to sewing with knit fabrics. There are three basic patterns included in this book. Wendy then offers ways to… Continue reading Book Review: Sew U Home Stretch, The Built by Wendy Guide to Sewing with Knit Fabrics
I thought I'd take a little time for this post to share details behind my Capsule Wardrobe planning. I will also share some helpful resources that I've found in this topic. If you're not familiar with the term Capsule Wardrobe, Wikipedia notes the following: Capsule Wardrobe - "The term has come to refer to a… Continue reading Planning a Capsule Wardrobe. . .
This project started with an XXL commercial t-shirt that I acquired. I loved the color of the fabric (a heathered red, cool-toned jersey material). I thought it would be fun to reuse the commercial shirt for fabric and sew it into a new shirt for myself. The body of the commercial t-shirt was a tube… Continue reading Repurpose a t-shirt
I was thrilled to be a pattern tester for the halfmoon Atelier pattern, the midi skirt Roma. Meghann Halfmoon is currently refreshing her sewing pattern line. I tested this skirt for her pattern refresh. Pattern: midi skirt Roma byhalfmoon Atelier Fabric: Blue mid weight cotton fabric with a nature print (the fabric was purchased from Ikea).… Continue reading Pattern Review: Midi Skirt Roma by Halfmoon Atelier