I’ve previously made a few Briar tops out of merino for winter, but summer called for a dress version. Especially after Megan Nielsen released a kids version of this pattern and I saw how great it looked on Poppet! For both of these dresses, I… Read More
I realise this dress is completely out of season for us southern-hemispherians, but sometimes you find a pattern and fabric combo that can’t wait. I mean, you’re a sewing addict too, so I know you understand. It’s like when a chronic hoarder finds 500 plastic containers… Read More
For months I’ve been hunting for a pleated dress or skirt, so I was really excited to stumble upon this gem! This is a stunning kelly green and I love me some colour.
Oh my. I should’ve made this dress at the start of summer! It’s only been a week or so since I made this Saltspring Dress from Sewaholic Patterns and I’m already wearing it as much as possible.
I initially started this refashion seven months ago, but shoved it in a cupboard when I couldn’t make it work. Thankfully the space helped me do a rethink.
Katie at Papercut Patterns has released a new range of sewing patterns titled “Constellation”. Guys, it’s truly jaw-dropping. When I saw the designs, I actually held my breath and then gasped in delight as I browsed each one. Katie is seriously talented. This is the… Read More
I took a break from refashioning this week and sewed up a new dress instead. Dress: self-made // Belt: thrifted $2 // Shoes: No1 Shoe Warehouse // Watch: Storm
It’s the last week of Refashion Runway and a winner is due to be crowned next week! I haven’t made it through to this round, but pop on over for a refashion feast anyway and vote for your favourite! So, this last challenge is themed “summer dress”.… Read More
It’s week three over at Refashion Runway and I’m so excited that I’m still in! The theme this week is “copycat”, where the contestants have replicated a design found online. Pop over for some refashion inspiration and don’t forget to vote for your favourite! I… Read More
I love a versatile sewing pattern. So when I found this gem at a local op-shop, I quickly snaffled it up! Perfect for tank tops, shirts and dresses.