Blog Tours, Pattern Review

Knock it Off — My Modcloth Knock Off

I had so many options and such grand plans for my stop on the Knock It Off tour this year!  But when it came right down to it, I went for something simple.  That’s partly because I really do prefer simple shapes and simple clothing, and partly because my spring pretty much went to hell in… Read More Knock it Off — My Modcloth Knock Off

Blog Tours

Watcha Wearin’? A Velvet Penny Raglan, of course!

Happy 2017 everyone! Today I’m popping in as part of Tibeca’s Watcha Wearin’ January blog tour with a new make and maybe some style inspiration for the new year.  I’ll be participating every Friday this month, showing off how I wear some of my handmades in my day-to-day life. Today I’m showing off the new… Read More Watcha Wearin’? A Velvet Penny Raglan, of course!

Blog Tours

EYMM Mama & Me tour — California girls (and boys)

Since EYMM was having a Mother’s Day tour, I did something I have never done before — I made “mommy and me” outfits for not just one, but all three of my kids! **Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links.  Also, I received the patterns free of charge for this tour.  I always try to keep… Read More EYMM Mama & Me tour — California girls (and boys)

Blog Tour, Blog Tours

Strong is the New Skinny Tour

I am pretty psyched to be among the ladies kicking off my friend Becca’s Strong is the New Skinny blog tour!  The idea of this tour is to capitalize on all those good New Year’s resolution feelings and make ourselves some pretty clothes to get sweaty in. I must admit, though, that I had a… Read More Strong is the New Skinny Tour

Blog Tour, Blog Tours, Sew The Show

(Take 2) Six Degrees of Separation: A Few Good Patterns

Wow, how is it that these two weeks are already at an end?  And that Christmas is only a week away? Are you ready?  I’m not quite, but I’m pretty close. Anyhoo, back to business!  I have the unique privilege of both starting and ending the Sew the Show Six Degrees of Separation tour!  If you… Read More (Take 2) Six Degrees of Separation: A Few Good Patterns