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
For my first blog post for Sewalicious I had to have a serious think about what I would make. There were cottons to make lovely frocks, jerseys for a cardigan and wool for a sweet 1930's jacket I had in mind.
Well this must be the comfiest dress I've ever made! For my Autumn Sewalicious blog I decided to make the Sew Over It Heather dress in this stunning pinky floral scuba called Secret Garden. I thought it would be the perfect combination of comfort and style to see me through some chilly evenings to come!
The runways and high street have been bombarded with the ruffle trend for some time now; the addition of a humble strip of gathered or pleated fabric gives shirts and dresses an injection of drama that’s nothing short of fabulous.
I sat on the train heading to London filled with anticipation and excitement. I was heading to The Handmade Fair at Hampton Court and I knew I’d be meeting the Sewalicious ladies – Amy and Nicki.
Well this is exciting being asked to blog for Sewalicious. I had the pleasure of meeting Amy & Nicki at the Handmade Fair. I had the choice to pick from all their fabrics it was like being in a sweet shop.
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I’m so excited to be writing my first blog post for Sewalicious about one of my favourite patterns this year!
Nicki and Amy have designed this really easy T-shape kimono pattern that was just begging to be made in their gorgeous Japanese Red Poppies cotton lawn.
Wedding season is here! And whilst there’s nothing better than watching two people you love get hitched [or drinking champagne all day] finding an outfit that makes you feel like a million bucks and isn’t identical to another guest can be a bit of a pain in the bum!