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
Patterns for Pirates has many lovers in the indie sewing world, but it’s not a designer I’ve used very often. I do have several of their patterns, so maybe I’ll have to work my way through reviewing them. Even though I haven’t used their top or dress patterns, I am a fan of their Pirate Pencil… Read More Made: Pirate Pencil Skirt
These jeans originally appeared on the Cali Fabrics blog, along with details on how I faded and distressed them. You can see all those details here.
Long time no see, friends! I hope everyone has had an adequate 6 weeks since I last checked into this space. If I said that I had a great 6 weeks, I would totally be lying. To be honest, the last 6 weeks have been rather shitty in my corner of the world. My husband… Read More D&D Melilot Shirt
***This post originally published on the Cali & Co blog*** If you’ve ever read my blog, it should be no surprise that I love loose, oversized garments, particularly those in bamboo jersey. And this Penny Raglan (which I originally featured as a Cali & Co contributing blogger) is one of my all-time favorite flowy patterns.