February 07, 2017

Blithe Fabrics Blog Tour

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I've always loved Katarina Roccella's fabric lines, so I was really excited when she sent me some of her new fabric line, Blithe, so I could join in on the blog tour.


I used both knit and woven fabrics, and while both are great, I especially love working with Art Gallery knits.


The dress mainly uses the Bird Songs in moon print, but I also used the Winterberries in Snow to make some bias tape for the ties in the back. It's hard to see, but the Winterberries print has some metallic accents that I love.


I love a knee length dress with knee socks!



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February 02, 2017

Spring Outfit

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I'm doing some sewing for spring, and I've been posting a few flat lays on Instagram, but I wanted to photograph this outfit on her.

January 23, 2017

Bimaa Sweater with Ears

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The Bimaa Sweater is one of my most used patterns I think. This version has some ears added to the seams on the hood.

I used some fabric I won from Raspberry Creek fabrics in a contest.

January 06, 2017

18 inch Doll Sewing and Beds+Book Tutorial and Printable

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This Christmas, I went a little bit crazy making things for my older girls' 18 inch dolls. I kept getting ideas for outfits and accessories. If you follow me on Pinterest, you probably saw way more than you wanted to of 18 inch doll related pins. Sorry!

My favorite project was building these beds. This is the first thing I've ever built from scratch, and although they're not perfect, I'm really proud of how they turned out. I cut the wood, drilled and added the screws (except for the first drill hole, which was my husband showing me how), filled the holes, and painted all myself. You can find the free plans for the bed here.


December 30, 2016

Christmas Neighbor/Teacher Gift

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So I realize this is too late for this year, but maybe it can help someone next year! I'm telling you, if you want more up to date posts, follow me on Instagram.

I used this dishcloth pattern to make some dishcloths, then tied them to a small bottle of dishsoap.


The tag came from A Lemon Squeezy Home, but you can find them all over the internet. I liked this one because it was black ink only!





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