This DIY shows you how to take the (TOTALLY FREE) Purl Soho baby bonnet pattern and tweak it to make it reversible. Simple sewing for baby at its best.
Do you ever get the all-consuming need to add something to your wardrobe? I’ve been teaching myself to be level headed and to carefully consider my makes, but when the idea for this came
So, yup, this is happening. Bell sleeves. Just to put my cards on the table, this was never something I thought I would be into. I always just considered bell sleeves, any fancy sleeves really,
I know, I know. ANOTHER turtleneck. But guys, turtlenecks are totally legit. They’re stylish, quick to make and they keep you warm. They’re the total package. But here’s the thing. This make has a giant,
So, I totally broke one of my own rules for buying fabric. And I’m not even sorry about it. About a month ago I was reading Katie’s blog post and she mentioned having bought some
Yup. I went there. I smooshed two of my most favourite patterns together to create one beautiful franken-pattern. The fen-ari: 75% Fancy Tiger Craft’s Fen, 25% Named Clothing’s inari, 100% summer dress of dreams. And
Guys, I am in love with this shape and fabric combination. It’s a pretty sassy shift (always a winner) but… and here’s the best part…. it’s made in a sweatshirt knit fabric. Hello! It’s like
Well it turns out I’m obsessed with two things at the moment: knits and Grainline Studio patterns. So obviously this had to happen some day – the Hemlock tee by Grainline Studios. The Hemlock is