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Trying to Spring Into Color

Spring is almost here and I’m loving the slightly longer daylight hours! I have such a hard time getting creative during the dark winter months. If you hadn’t noticed, I haven’t shown off any new makes for myself since I made a Piko Top in early October! I’ve found myself reaching for that top over […]

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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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Dreaming of Fall with Striped French Terry

I’ve been dreaming of this shirt since shortly after I received this super soft and stretchy French terry in a Girl Charlee KnitFix last spring. After I got past the “I just want to pet this fabric cause it’s so soft” stage, I decided that it would be too warm for the summer and so […]

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Summery California Dress Maxi

Have I mentioned lately how much I love the California Dress & Peplum pattern? Cause I still do! I got this beautiful tie-dye print brushed cotton spandex this week and it was begging to become a maxi dress … and when fabric “speaks,” it’s hard not to listen!    This time, I made the floor-sweeping […]

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A Day Late and A Dollar Short: My Boys’ New Parker’s T-shirts

Soooo, I ordered these awesome Slimer panels from Star Dust Textiles early this spring with big plans in mind to make matching Parker’s Vintage T-shirts for my four boys for Father’s Day. Plenty of time, right? I then procrastinated on them until the Daddy & Me Tour started, when I decided I really better get […]

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