Have you heard of One Thimble? Released quarterly, it's a digital sewing magazine based in Australia and each issue includes brand new indy sewing patterns, hacks, tutorials, and sewing articles. It's a great way to try out a bunch of on-trend designs from reputable and new designers at one low price! One Thimble's next issue… Continue reading Duchess & Hare Xanadu Hack for One Thimble
We're kicking off the annual Sew Long Summer blog tour this week, which is all about transitional wardrobe pieces, finishing up things that didn't get done over the summer, and whatever else Sew Long Summer might mean! Thanks to Mahlica Designs for hosting! I had so many ideas floating around my head for this tour… Continue reading Sew Long Summer Blog Tour
Do you enjoy trying out new indie pattern designers AND scoring their patterns at a fabulous discount? About twice a year, Sew Fab creates a bundle of patterns so that you can do exactly that! This bundle includes 12 patterns from 7 popular designers, with everything you need to create a back-to-school wardrobe for kids, and a couple of options for adults too. With patterns for pants, dresses, hats, leggings, shorts, tops, skirts, jackets AND a fun blanket, as well as a mix of knit and woven options, there's really something for everyone! Read More...
Wow! It has been a LOOOOONG time since something new has come from Mouse House Creations! I'm so glad she's jumped back in with two new patterns: the Lulah Market Skirt and Lulah Flutter Tank. They are SO cute together and both are very easy sews!
Time for some new-to-me patterns! For this tour, I sewed up some fantastic patterns from jennuine Design, and also a woven skirt from a Japanese sewing book.
Phew, it has been a whirlwind week here! (Or perhaps a whirlwind few months if I'm truly honest with myself.) I'm notorious for biting off a ton of things in the hope that some of those things get accomplished. My super-planner husband shakes his head always! For the last few years we've been using Classical… Continue reading Jalie Magic Tee & Pencil Skirt
The nice thing about sewing custom designed fabric is that I'm obligated to maximize every last bit of it! With the remaining pieces of this "Endless Hearts" Cotton Lycra (from Beanpop Fabrics) that I used last week to make the Filou Hoodie, I decided to make the Lienchen Skirt by Pom & Pino. This is… Continue reading Lienchen Skirt, Ottobre Top & Doll Outfit