When Tabitha asked me to be on her blogger tour for her "Secret Project" I was OVER THE MOON. Anything that Tabitha touches is gold, because she does hard work and has a great eye! Her first pattern is no exception. The Lena Horne makes you want to run and frolic on a summer day, … Continue reading The Lena Horne Dress by Tabitha Sewer!!!
Look! My swimsuit has boobs of its own!! Actually they're foam cups. Tricked ya. Megan put great instructions for adding supportive cups in the lining, so I tried it out! The DAY the Cottesloe swimsuit pattern was released by Megan Nielsen Patterns, I bought it. When I saw that pattern it was like someone had … Continue reading The Cottesloe Swimsuit Review using Fill-a-Yard Spoonflower Fabric
When Spoonflower offered to let me have a couple yards of their new Petal Signature Cotton™ I jumped at the chance!! Hello! I love to sew up my prints, and most especially to be able to give good reviews and feedback to my followers! People are always asking my opinion on the various Spoonflower fabrics … Continue reading My Zadie Jumpsuit in the new Spoonflower Petal Signature Cotton™ Fabric (review of both!)
A Pile of beautiful striped fabric and a washi-tape wall. What will become of these? After making this dress, I looked at that wall (that normally pains my eyes) and saw striped potential. I busted out a bunch of washi-tapes I'd bought in Japan and got to work making striped magic!!!! When I received this … Continue reading STRIPES ON STRIPES!
This is how excited I was when the crew over at Spoonflower came to visit me in my studio back in March! Say what?? Yes! They drove over from North Carolina and got a hotel TO INTERVIEW ME!!!?????!!!!???!!?!?! How is this my life?? In a stroke of luck, I happened to lose my voice the … Continue reading My Spoonflower Feature!
Did you see this on my Instagram feed last weekend? I was so excited to share this Adrienne Blouse with you all that I had to share it not once, but twice in the span of a few hours!! HA! But really..... it is like wearing a watercolor! Those sleeves are unreal and I love … Continue reading Watercolor Painting on Jersey Fabric
Back in December, not long after I had won Sew Frosting with my Hand-Painted Dress, Spoonflower approached me with the idea of making that painted fabric design into a digital design. I had no idea how to do it, but I said YES. You can read more about how I did that over on the … Continue reading My Spoonflower Swimsuit Plus How to Add Lining and a Shelf-Bra to McCall’s m7417