Introducing… The Fabric Swatch Book! Shopping for fabric online can be really tricky then matching for the right sewing project. Will it be the right weight? Too stiff? See through? You can now create your very own fabric reference book with this beautiful A5 binder, complete with 25 sturdy card inserts, that’s room for 50 […]
Hi All, hope you’re all keeping well. I’m trying my hardest to put some plans in place for Autumn/Winter wardrobe and definitely found a few gaps! I don’t have many Cardigans, I’ve recently made Pattern Scout Lulu Cardi which is fab to wear with dresses but it’s more a Spring/Summer accessories and then i have […]
Hello! Emporia Patterns sent me the fantastic Kobi dress Pattern in return of my honest review so here it goes! Here’s a little bit about the Kobi Dress: Who doesn’t love pretty packaging! I sure do 🙂 It has a simple shape that includes an attached obi style belt and integral sleeve and bodice design. […]
Hello people of the world! Hope you’re all keeping safe and well. Here is my 2nd Project for Wow Fabrics Blogger Network.
Hi All! Are you ready for Christmas? Think I’m nearly there…. Just a few pressies to wrap up …Urgghhhh…. (Think i need a Wrapping Elf!) but without further a do here is my 1st post for Wow Fabrics Blogger Network.
Hello fellow Sewists! How are we all? I’m getting into the festive spirit by making myself a new Christmas Dress! I came across this quite festive fabric and it screamed to me to be made into a Dress and i chose a tried and tested pattern of the Moneta Dress by Colette Patterns
Hi All The lovely Fiona of Patterntrace kindly gifted me a roll of Swedish Tracing Paper in exchange of my honest review First of all in comes in very sturdy packaging to make sure it doesn’t get ruined in transit. I never thought it would of filled the box but it sure did!
Hi All I’m finally getting round to showing you guys my more than just a Halloween Dress, i was inspired by Vicky @sewstainability and Elle @sewpositivity to try and be more environmentally friendly with my makes so instead of just creating a dress that i would wear once for Halloween, i could wear year round!