When I saw that Measure Fabrics had this pixelated fabric I knew it had to be mine. I mean.... I'd already made a crown that went with it, so it deserved to be worn on MY body, and live in MY home.
See??? They were meant to be together!!
......But then I realized that I actually wanted glasses!!!! I wanted them to be a little closer in color scheme, so I got to work with...
Oh my gosh, why does that girl look so happy?!? She looks like she's at a super fun party for people who love bright colors!
Shhhhh... Here's a little secret. I AM happy, but that's because I'm wearing pom-poms on my wrists, a fun skirt, and these super fun earrings I just made! That backdrop was just for fun, and the only party was me at my sewing machine (I guess I get to party every night then!!).
I don't know if you saw my dance on Instagram recently, but if you haven't you need to head on over and watch how the Wiksten Kimono jacket can MOVE! Ha! I bought a fog machine you guys. JUST FOR THIS DANCE. That is how nuts I really am;)
I am head over heels in love with this jacket. I had been eyeing the pattern for awhile, especially after seeing this one. One day I was at Joann's JUST for some twill (like you can ever leave with one thing) when I saw that fabric above and knew it was destined...
Oh hello beautiful lines! Hello skirt that fits like a pair of jeans but looks like a million bucks. I was so lucky to test the Salida Skirt by True Bias a couple months ago and I have been dying to share these photos! (But if you want to really see this thing in action head to my instagram to watch my dance video!)
I made three versions of this skirt and I want to share what I learned that might be of help to you, you sewing maven you.
*Paired here with my hacked Grainline Studio Morris Blazer (I changed...
I have been wanting to make the Washi Dress Pattern ever since I had my old blog (so its been a LONG time), but for whatever reason didn't. I finally bought the pattern right before I had my 4th baby with the intention of doing a nursing hack like I'd seen Alina do. But.... it never happened.
Fast forward to last summer when I was visiting Jill on our epic cross-country trip. We loaded up our 4 kids (each) and drove to Texas to meet up and sew. Yes, we each drove around 22 hours one way just to hangout with...