I really love how this cropped top turned out! This is Vogue Patterns V1914 View A Cropped Cardigan made in this luscious Deep Teal Tencel Jersey Knit from Core Fabrics. The color is amazing and it works so well mixing with the pieces already in my closet. I fell in love with this pattern and knew it would work perfectly to make some relaxed yoga wear and coverups. I wanted a top/coordinating look to wear when I’m doing yoga with pieces I could put on for dog walks in the morning so I’m not just in a tank and leggings. I can’t wait to finish the matching pants and then make the Asymmetrical Top! Head over to YT to follow the Sew Along and come sew with me!
I lucked out and it got chilly this morning(54 degrees F) so I was able to take some pics of my newest make- and my last make of winter- Vogue Designer Originals 2620 Betsy Jackson Hooded Pullover! On my birthday I told my husband what I really needed for winter was a cozy house sweater
I bought this Vintage 1950’s Beach Jacket pattern, McCall’s 1524 on Etsy and really lucked out. I fell in love with the lines of this simple jacket pattern- not even realizing it had embroidery- and seahorses at that! The pattern contained intact (and fully functional) embroidery pattern transfers! So perfect for Florida! It couldn’t have
When the Holidays role around I always try to think up something interesting and beautiful I can make for my mom. This year I went with a tried and true pattern. This is my second version of the Two for the Road jacket from Saf-T-Pockets that I’ve made for my mother. Unfortunately I never took
I made this cute little jacket and took pics late last year and then promptly forgot about them. Hence the longer hair. I can always date makes by my hair length! This is the Upside-Down Bolero Jacket from Shape Shape 2 that I refashioned from a goodwill dress. I made this for my ASG talk/trunk
I always get compliments when I sew up Japanese patterns, and this make is no different. Wearing this makes me feel chic and modern. This is the Puff-Sleeve Bolero Jacket from Shape Shape 2, Sewing for Minimalist Style by Natsuno Hiraiwa. I’m leading a class for my ASG group in a few months on