Called Up from the Minor Leagues

If you follow me on Instagram (I wish you would, Instagram is fun fun fun), you’ve seen my #livesewing posts. I never really elaborated on Instagram, but the idea behind #livesewing is to make social what is otherwise a very solitary activity. Personally, when I sew for more than a few hours, I get intensely […]

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More Than You Can Chew

Do you do this? See a long weekend coming, and immediately plan to sew 109,098,090 things? I know I do! But then I get frustrated and disappointed if I don’t have a closet full of new things after three days at home, and that’s not a good feeling. So this long weekend, I’m keeping it […]

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Sewing Right Along

Everything has come together! I’m ready to begin sewing. The fabric is a peach skin polyester from Fabric.com that I could not resist. Neon yellow! Polka dots! It basically was made for me. That being said, I am making a wearable muslin first — I’m testing my fledgling French skills by using the French directions […]

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The Make I Always Wear

In looking for posts featuring this skirt, I see I’ve barely mentioned it: High Contrast Hippie The Right Foot, Baby Which is surprising because I wear this skirt 2-3 times a month in rain, snow, cold, heat, sunshine, you name it. I love this skirt. It’s technically half of a wearable muslin, and the best example of […]

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