Part 4 of the interviews feature Gaby from Craftstyle Living, Laurie from Make It Sew with the Bear and Pea Atelier, Claire from Pleasing by reason of comfort. Let's see what they have to say! Gaby from Craftstyle Living Laurie from Make it SewClaire from Pleasing by Reason How long have you been sewing? Craftstyle [...]
My Me Made May Plan- 2019
So, As long as I can remember I have been obsessed with clothing. I have a distinct memory of fighting with my mom about what I was wearing to school. I didn't like what she picked out and I didn't want to have to pick out something myself. And in my 36 years of life, [...]
What is the Slow Fashion Revolution and why the Slow Fashion Tee?
What is Slow Fashion? (If you don't already know)Slow Fashion is an awareness and approach to fashion, which considers the processes and resources required to make clothing, particularly focusing on sustainability. It involves buying better-quality garments that will last for longer and values fair treatment of people, animals and the planet. For me making your [...]
All the Parker Peplum Variations
Parker Peplum Sew-A-long
FEBRUARY 25TH-MARCH 3RD Helllllllooooooo Sewists! I am super excited to host my first sew-a-long from Feb 25th-March 3rd. During this week, we will sew together! Each day, I will post a short video tutorial of the techniques to sew each part. The Parker Peplum is such an easy pattern, and I hope you guys enjoy [...]
Interview with Tammy Lee of D&H Fabric Co.
Tutorial: Upcycled Men’s Shirt to Fun Skirt
“Who Made it Best?”- Challenge
Fabric Shopping in Austin
I love finding the little ole independently-owned fabric shops when I travel. A few weeks ago I went to Austin, Texas for a work conference and this time was no different. If we want our community to thrive, we must support each other! (Editor's note: Unfortunately since publishing this blog post, both shops have closed [...]
Aspen Tank Testers Wanted!
Its that time again for a call for Pattern Testers! The Aspen Tank is a flowy sleeveless tank pattern with the option to add a fun gathered cap sleeve. Overall this is an easy pattern. Skills needed for this pattern include gathering and applying bias tape. This pattern is designed for wovens, so any lightweight [...]