Floaty skirts have been doing the rounds this year; they’re comfy, easy to wear but oh-so-stylish, so here I’m going to show you how to draft your own!
The Bettine Dress by Tilly and the Buttons was one of the first garments I made as an early dressmaker. It's an excellent beginner friendly pattern with a few techniques to stretch those sewing skills whilst elevating it away from just a simple day dress.
The release of the Tilly and the Buttons Romy dress/top coincided with my next blog post for Sewalicious. It felt like a perfect moment to make it up. I looked at all the jerseys on the Sewalicious website and this nautical print was my favourite. This fabric can be used for children and also the big kids out there, myself included
As soon as the Deer and Doe Sirocco jumpsuit was released I knew it was a pattern I’d make more than once. I just love it.
The Kalle shirt from Closet Case Patterns burst onto the sewing scene a while back, and it isn’t going anywhere. Everyone who makes it loves it, and from looking at my most-worn shop-bought clothes, the shirtdress was up there among my favourites, so I knew the Kalle was one for me.
Since I started sewing this pattern has been on my mind. It caught my eye very early on. I love the femininity and boldness of it, it’s a real statement piece
My wardrobe is lacking in separates and essentials, so I wanted to create a wardrobe staple for my latest blog make for Sewalicious
I really like wearing skirts at this time of year. You can look a little bit dressed up and still keep warm at the same time. Makes a great change to wearing the same old jeans during the winter!
I've been a fan of the stunning vintage patterns at Decades of Style for a long time now. The patterns range from reproductions of originals from the 1920's to the 1950's...
Happy New Year, everyone! Although many see January as a bit of a grim month, I love the start of the year and the promise it holds