Hey there, blog friends! After a wild month studying for my exams and eating too many tortilla chips, I treated myself to some much needed crafting catharsis in my sewing nook with the Oberlin Tote Kit from Klum House. So many firsts with the project! First time making a purse, first time working with leather, the list goes on and on. Full disclosure: I was … Continue reading Oberlin Tote | the perfect everyday carryall tote that all your maker dreams are made of 😍
So you like Valentine’s Day but don’t want to commit to an outfit that you can only wear once a year? Is it a Tuesday and you’re in need of your #TankTopTuesday fix? I took on the task of making this top from the gals over at Named Clothing — Minttu Swing Top – Named Clothing I actually found this pattern on sale via Indie … Continue reading Minttu Swing Top Pattern Review || DIY Valentine’s Day Edition 🌹
Wowowow, this month has flew by! It’s been a big month of growth for me – I hit 100 followers on Instagram at the beginning of January but by the end I had just over 400! It blows my mind that every time I post something, there are around 400 people that get to see what I put into the world 🌎. Thank you so much for your support!
What I made this month:
Fabric: red gingham cotton from Joann Fabrics
Time: 2 hours
Thoughts: My first midi skirt, love the fun notch on the waistband!
Would I make again? YES! So many fabrics would go well with this skirt 😍
we back with another goodwill haul update!
To catch ya up to speed, a few weeks ago, I picked up a few linens from my local Goodwill. Link to my original haul post is here. Today, I’m sharing what I made from this heavy weight navy blue curtain. This fabric felt a little too thick for a dress, but lacked the stretch that I would want in jeans/pants. Consequently, I was looking for skirts/shorts/jumpers that would transition well from winter to spring.
Anyway, suspense over because my title gives away the surprise – the Cleo Pinafore + Dungaree Dress from Tilly and the Buttons, link to the pattern here! I chose the dungaree (aka overalls here in the US) style as I’d never worked with those buckles before and clearly I’m all about ~doing~ all the things.