Tag Archives: Asymmetrical Drape Top

Sew Americana 2017

Last year, I “snuck” into the Sew Americana Tour as a last minute addition and had so much fun making myself a red, white, and blue outfit. So, I jumped at the chance to join in again when Katy said she’d decided to make the tour an annual event over at Wild & Wanderful. This time, […]

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My First Brush with Brushed Poly

Brushed polyester spandex seems to be taking the online fabric world by storm lately (at least it is on social media). It had certainly piqued my curiosity, but I’ve been *trying* to work my way through my rather large stash before buying anything new. So I was thrilled when Kelly at So Sew English offered to send me […]

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“Denim” Leggings to Welcome Fall

Fall has officially arrived in the Northern Hemisphere and I decided it was about time to sew up some new full-length ‘Get Moving’ Leggings. I knew that the jegging fabric hiding in my stash would be perfect to welcome fall! I bought just under 2 yards (all that was left on the bolt) of this dark blue jegging knit […]

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Recapping the Back to School Tour: Mom’s Edition

  EYMM’s Back to School Tour: Mom’s Edition is all wrapped up and these 15 ladies showed off some excellent inspiration for caregivers to take a moment out of the hustle and bustle to sew a thing or two for themselves. In case you missed any of the tour stops, you can click each picture below […]

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Out of my Funk with the Asymmetrical Drape Top

I’ve been embroidering more and sewing less over the last few weeks. I discovered a new “addiction” of making key fobs and finger puppets in my machine’s embroidery hoop and had been stitching out many to try my hand at selling at our local Farmer’s Market. Now that the market days are over for the […]

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