“wow, sewing is so cool but that sounds like an expensive hobby!” Alright, well it’s definitely not an inexpensive hobby, but it’s definitely one that you can get your money’s worth for! I definitely get that comment a lot from other folks, especially when they find out I’m still a student! However, given my previous online shopping habits, taking up sewing has definitely softened the financial … Continue reading Shower Curtain to Smock Dress || goodwill haul pt. 4
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 😍
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, I found myself looking at dreamy fabrics to make the perfect glorious, overwhelmingly pink outfit inspired by this romantic holiday. I’m thinking three types of looks — Galentine’s Day SO many options come to mind: The Ogden Cami from True Bias can easily double as a fancy tank but also a simple PJ top Matching DIY pink or … Continue reading Sew in Love 😍 || DIY Valentine’s Day Lookbook Round Up
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.