Happy Autumn guys and girls!
It finally showed up here in Asheville and while I will always try to hold on to those long hot summer days (I was born on the wrong continent for sure) I’m trying my best not to be too sad they’re over. Thinking about my Autumn/Winter sewing projects is helping that.
This post is a bit of a hodgepodge, just a chance for me to tell you all what I’ve been up to and an excuse for me to get things straight in my head if I’m being honest. It’ll be a quick one I promise. Go on, have a read “The One with the Bits and Pieces”
I MADE A THING
AND IT FITS!!
Hey everyone, in my last post I was telling you about my fitting woes. Well you’ll be pleased to hear I persevered and finally made something that fits me pretty nicely.
Go on, have a read “The One with ALL the Toiles”
So, it feels like a looooong time since I posted about anything new I’ve made and that’s because it’s been a long time since I’ve made anything, blub blub, well, anything worth sharing that is!
Go on, have a read “The One with the Fitting Woes”
Hey there folks,
I’m attempting to continue with my #sewbackthen series as there’s not much sewing in my life currently – hopefully that will change shortly – but wanted to stay on the blogging train.
For now, my tale is of my first try of my third indie pattern company By Hand London. I’d had success with Tilly and the Buttons and Sew Over It so I had no worries about trying a new indie company.
As summer is coming to a close (although Asheville doesn’t seem to have got that memo yet), I thought I’d share my favourite summer dress make with you.
Go on, have a read “The One With That Fabric #sewbackthen”
Well hello there my little lovlies,
I hope you’re all having a wonderful day. As I mentioned in my last post, Joe and I recently bought a house so there really hasn’t been any sewing on the cards for me lately. The closest I’m going to get is writing this blog post about a make from just before our trip.
While it was a pretty simple one, I’m so happy about it as it lead me to figure out and hopefully resolve a fit issue I’ve had since starting sewing – hooray!
Go on, have a read “The One with the Robots”
Don’t worry guys, I didn’t fall off the face of the earth – hooray!
For those of you who follow me on Instagram, you probably fairly quickly grasped that I was in fact on holiday. I finally got to go back to the UK and to my beloved Germany for the first time since June 2015, and you guessed it, my souvenirs all took the form of fabric (and chocolate, of course European chocolate!).
Just before we went away we bought a new house (my first house, Joes second, and the most grown up thing I’ve ever done). It needs to be painted and a few other things so unfortunately there won’t be much sewing on the cards for me in the next few weeks at least.
With that in mind I thought I’d share a post on my fabric finds.
Go on, have a read “The One with the European Fabric Haul”
Guten Tag meine Liebe!
It’s June! How on earth is it June already?
I hope you all had a fun Me Made May, or at least survived it as I’ve seen a few people say over on Insta.
My goal this year was to wear at least three Me Made garments each week of May and document them with a weekly round up photo. I did really well up until the last few days when our town flooding and migraine got in the way.
Go on, have a read “The One After Me Made May”
Hi lovely readers,
this week I’m writing about my first attempt at a Seamwork Magazine pattern, plus my first ever denim jacket! It was quite a ride, that’s for sure.
Go on, have a read “The One with the Teal Jacket”
It’s May which is clearly the best month as it’s spring and I WAS BORN!
That’s right, 10th May was and is a good day for me, not so much for everyone else – ha!
So, yeah, I’ve always kinda liked May but now I have an extra reason to love it even more and that reason is because of sewing and the wonderful Zoe Edwards over at So, Zo, what do you know.
Go on, have a read “The One About Me Made May 2018”
Hey there everyone, hope this post finds you all well.
For today’s #sewbackthen post (I haven’t even cut out my next project yet so there might be a few of these in the coming weeks – ha!) I’m looking at a something I made that I never thought I would- the Tilly and the Buttons Cleo. By saying I wasn’t sure if I would ever make it has nothing to do with the pattern, I’d seen lots of great versions on Instagram, it was more that at 5ft 2″ with small features I was worried it’d make me look ‘too cute’, i.e like a 12 year old, or the fact I’m over 30 and surely a bit too old for dungaree dresses?
Go on, have a read “The One With The Matching Cleo’s – #sewbackthen”