America's Independence Day is almost here, so to get in the spirit of things, I decided to make some patriotic outfits for each of my kids. Each of these sews is from an American designer too!
I was in Australia back in March and had promised to make my nephew a PJ Masks shirt, since that's his current obsession. My sister has four boys with this one being her third, so he's pretty accustomed to just getting hand-me-downs in the wardrobe department. As a result, he was VERY excited and proud… Continue reading Oliver +S Buttoned-Up Button-Down Shirt
Welcome to Day 4 of the 2018 Sew Americana Blog Tour, hosted by Katy at Wild & Wanderful! This is my second time participating - last year I made this pair of shorts and tank top for myself. This year, I decided I would stash bust (woo hoo!) and make my 4 year old son… Continue reading Sew Americana 2018 Tour
I recently had the opportunity to test the Itch to Stitch Newport Top*. This was my first time testing for this designer and my third time testing a pattern for me. The Newport* is a boatneck style top with two sleeve options - full length and 3/4 length flute. It features a high-low hem and envelope… Continue reading Itch to Stitch Newport Top Release
Back in October, we took our kids to Disney World for a few days. I decided I would take advantage of the cheap price on character fabric at JoAnn to make my son a couple of Sketchbook shirts. They were SUCH a hit with the Cast Members at Disney! So many of them were wanting… Continue reading Oliver+S Sketchbook Shirts
Confession. I started these pants approximately a year ago. I finished them, put them on my toddler and discovered the elastic was way too loose. And then I decided it would make more sense to use adjustable elastic so I left them in the “to do” pile. I bought the elastic and still, they stayed… Continue reading Oliver+S Art Museum Pants and Sketchbook Shirt