Fall is in the air, and for women that means layers and comfy clothes to walk through the leaves, pick apples, and chase after screaming toddlers who are constantly running away (oh wait, maybe that is just me!).
The Perri Pullover from Cali Faye brings comfort and style to a whole new level - no more stealing your second half's oversized sweatshirt, this one is all for you!
Here are Trisha and Alexis to show it off......Read More
Today we continue in our Self Care Sewing week by sharing a newer pattern from Seamingly Smitten - the Raglan Sleeve Split Neck Top. This is quite a fun pattern to play with, and I swear every version of it that I see looks completely different from the one before. Check out Sarah and Brianne's take on this great fall staple...Read More
Sometimes, on rare occasions, you get a spark of something and your mind just won't let it go until you make it happen. Today's review of the My Little Plumcake Sedona Vest is my latest sewing project that would not stop haunting me until I caved. Inspiration did take a while and I really didn't feel a drive to work on this one when Suzanne first posted the call for the review. After thinking about it for a while and thinking outside the box of fabrics I normally work with, a vision was born and I ran with it.Read More
So I have been going into overdrive making a Fall Wardrobe for Mack - don't worry, I'll show off her collection soon! I am lucky enough to get some hand-me-downs from friends, but honestly, even though the other girls I know are older - most of them are smaller. Mack just has a broad and tall build, so my 2 year old needs a size 4, but even 4 tops can be short on her long torso.
Sewing Mama to the rescue!!!!Read More
Today we share an adorable review that is just perfect for Fall and for School. I'm a huge fan of the warm and toasty dress designs from My Childhood Treasures, and the new Amy Dress does not disappoint.
Here are Kara and Carrie to show off their creations and give you a full rundown of the pattern....Read More
I might have squealed a little bit when I first saw the Lolita Shorts pop up in my Facebook Feed. The ruffles along the hem are simply adorable, and the front sash & bow add style and sophistication without the fuss of belt loops. This is a fun pattern for mixing fabrics, adding decorative stitching, or adding fun trim.Read More