I think it’s time I stopped mentioned how long it is between blog posts and just come to terms with that’s how it’s going to be – I have been sewing honest, but they all seem to have been smaller, non-blog worthy projects…until now!
At the end of last year Lore Piar started sharing sneak peaks of her new trouser pattern – The Lauren trousers and as soon as I saw it I was in love. Go on, have a read “The One with The Lore Piar Lauren Trousers” →
check me out – a blog post that isn’t MONTHS after the last one!
We’ve had a few events to go to so that has really fired up my sewjo. Today’s post is about my take on the Folkwear 240 Rosie the Riveter dungarees/overalls….that I may or may not have muslined and purchased fabric for in 2019 for Asheville Frocktails – embarrassing or what! Despite the delay, I’m so glad I finally made these!
Go on, have a read “The One with the “Fancy” Dungaree/Overalls” →
How you all holding up? Is the crazy over yet?
I’ve had a weird relationship with sewing during this time; fits and starts of creativity. Luckily with one of my “I need to make something” bouts I decided to finally sit down and make the Megan Nielsen Dawn Jeans I cut out in November! (yikes!).
Go on, have a read “The One with the Dawn Jeans” →
If you’ve read any of my previous posts you’ll know I’ve long struggled with bodice fitting. Well, early on in January my sewjo returned with the FIRE and I used that drive to work on those issues, and with some help, I THINK it’s been resolved! Go on, have a read “The One with The Solution” →