New Year, New Me, & a French Seam!

Happy New Year’s Eve everyone! I typically cringe at New Year goals… however, this year I decided to make some. Some for each month & some for the entire year. Small life changing, but obtainable goals! 🙂 I am a true believer that growth happens on a person’s own time, however, it all starts with…

Christmas Cheer

Merry Christmas! Happy Holidays! I hope everyone had an amazing time with their family, even though things feel so different. I really enjoyed spending time with my family, although I missed my grandparents so much. This year, I started some new traditions for the holidays, & I think we all really loved it. Buuuuut, back…

Indie Pattern Highlight: Chalk & Notch

Awhile ago, I decided I would take the time to shed some light on some awesome indie patterns & how to sew on a budget. Today, however, I am taking the time to talk about a company that goes by the name, Chalk & Notch. When I first saw the patterns they offered, I was…

How to Create a Tuck

When I say the best of all worlds just know I am definitely referring to this fabric. When I saw this fabric over at moodfabrics.com, I knew I had to have it. It is the perfect fabric for a fall dress, blouse, or skirt! The fabric print has panels or strips of animal print in…

DIY Under-bust Corset Tutorial

Hi all! I have great news…….. drum roll please……… I am spending the last few months of the year over at Mood Sewing Network! I am so elated to be a part of this experience. If you aren’t aware Mood Fabrics is fabric store located in New York & LA, however, they have an amazing…

A Dozen of Roses

This dress was made for a client, however, I have stated before in other blogs about a photographer that takes amazing pictures, well guys…… drum roll…… this is her! She asked for a dress that was inspired by Giambattista Valli, but of course, was made differently- & with some changes. Starting off on this dress…

The Unconventional Challenge

In late 2019, a challenge was started by Lynn Brannelly & another woman from Sewing Bloggers; the challenge was to create a garment from scratch using unconventional materials. It definitely felt like a Project Runway moment! Every week we had to post an update on what had changed from the previous week & give updates….