12 Days of 1 Hour Projects: Cat Ear Beret

It’s Day 3 and while we are enjoying our 1 hour and under projects, jump over to Lulu & Celeste to see my guest post and something perfect for your cat, animal, whimsy lover. Click the photo below to get the tutorial and pattern. And be sure to come back tomorrow for another tutorial! To…

12 Days of 1 Hour Projects: Festive Fascinator

Welcome to Day 2 of the 12 Days of 1 hour projects. If you want to find the remaining projects, click HERE I love the glam look, especially the old glamour. There is something so chic,yet so simple about the styles of 30s-50s when Old Hollywood just seemed to shine like the sun. So when I…

12 Days of 1 Hour Projects: Braided Bracelet

It is that time of year again where are scrambling to get last minute gifts, gifts on a budget, christmas parties, teachers, bus drivers, etc. It is a crazy time of year, and while many of us are short on cash, the biggest thing we are all short on is time. I know with 7…

Sweet Innocence Pattern Hack: Jumpsuit

I was lucky to be a part of the tour (though my slot got delayed) for My treasured Heirloom patterns. Now, I am not one to make frilly girly stuff. It has never been my style unless my daughters ask of it. Annastasia challenged us to show how you can use the pattern in a…

Holiday Debut Tour: Midnight Gold

I’m so excited to show you my holiday look featuring all 3 of the patterns: Fishtail Kimono, Blue Ridge dress and Abby’s Footed Tights. Oh, and make sure to read all the way to the end for a coupon code!! I had this navy georgette with gold flakes that I built this look upon and…

6 Degrees of Separation: Sew the Show (or Movie)

Welcome to this pit stop on the 6 Degrees of Separation tour. I have to admit, I was completely unfamiliar with the game this stems from and still am trying to wrap my head around it. This is the Sew the Show (or Movie) version of 6 Degrees of Kevin Bacon where you have to link actors…

Radiant Home Studio Birthday: Fold Over Tote

It’s time to celebrate the birthday of another indie pattern company: Radiant Home Studio. Let’s sing Happy Birthday, cha cha cha! Radiant Home studio has some great bag patterns, as well as home decor. I decided this time around to make one of her tutorials instead. She has some amazing ones, but my favorites are…

Filles a Maman Petit Oiseau Dress

You should know by now that Filles a Maman is one of my favorite PDF designers. I mesh well with her modern style, and pretty much know her instruction style by now.  I was lucky enough to test this pattern and loved the uniqueness of the pattern. There are a total of 4 options you…

ADV Tee Tour

Sofilantjes has another great pattern and this is geared to the boys. Don’t worry. Girls can use it too. Plus if you are into androgynous fashion, it doesn’t matter.  This pattern features a v neck with a slim fit and also has an asymmetrical button/snap placket. It’s perfect for my skinny son. I used a…

Go to Shift Dress

You always need a simple pattern, especially for those vibrant loud prints. Or just to stick with the beauty of simplicity. I chose the Go to Shift Dress from Go To Patterns to make. I knew I wanted to showcase those simple lines with a beautiful print.  I received this pattern free in exchange for…

Merry Modkid Tour: Keagan Shirt

The holidays are coming Fast! So fast in fact, that the holiday tours are starting. So I was very excited to be a part of the Modkid tour.  I am trying to sew for my son more so I chose the Keagan shirt to make. We had to decide on a view, and settled on…

Top Stitchers SAL: Doomville Princess

The movie, tv, book junkies… post apocalyptic settings are not unusual. In fact, you might spend quite a bit of time fantasizing (worrying) about what living in that kind of life might be like. For instance, I hate guns… capital H-A-T-E them. If it were the only weapon of choice to save my life, of…