One of the things that I love about living in the Midwest is that we experience all four seasons. Yeah, you'll hear us gripe about the allergies, or snow, or heat, but I love that the weather changes and we get to enjoy all aspects of it. I also love patterns that transition well from season to season. Whether it's throwing a cardigan over it or layering a tee under it, I like for my daughter to get a little more longevity out of the things that I work so hard to make for her. Today we have just that kind of a pattern from My Treasured Heirlooms. I'm going to hand it over to Shae and Rebekah so they can tell you all about it!Read More
Summer is officially done in the northern hemisphere, which means it is just about to start for our neighbors to the south. This great pattern will work for us all. A simple top with a unique neckline, and plenty of room for expressing your style through fabric, trims, maybe even a pocket or applique!
For those headed into fall, pair this adorable top with a jean jacket and some adorable pants, or make the dress and layer it over a fitted long sleeve top and leggings with boots - so many options, and of course it looks adorable by itself too.
Check out Janette's review of the Flutter-by Top and Dress by Ruby Jeans Closet....Read More
Today we take a look at another great back-to-school staple. A skirt that is easy to make, goes with everything, and that your daughter will love - who could ask for more. Make it in navy or khaki and it may even fit certain uniform criteria.
Here is Brianne to share her version and tell you all about the pattern...