Whew, March has been jam packed with activities that my blog posts have slowed down! I actually did this entire project early this month, but it took a while to make the garment and then to photograph it. This was meant to be part of the yellow week of Sew Happy Color, read more at my previous blog post! First off – here’s a peek … Continue reading How To: Easy DIY Turmeric Tie-Dye!
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 😍
Continue reading “January in Review”
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Hello all! So excited to bring to you the first upcycled creation from my goodwill haul!!
Last week, I talked about all the fabric I bought from my local Goodwill, one of them being this light blue soft chambray/cotton twin bed sheet.
I decided to make it into the Sierra Jumpsuit from Papercut Patterns — link is here! After washing + drying all of the fabric I had purchased, I went through my pattern collection to see what I would want to make. I initially thought I would only have enough fabric for the romper/playsuit version of the Sierra pattern, but once I laid out all of the pattern pieces, I went with the full length jumpsuit in size Medium.
Continue reading “from bed sheet to jumpsuit || goodwill haul pt. 2”