The Brielle Blouse by Rebecca Page Patterns

Happy Saturday! Today I'm wearing the Brielle blouse from Rebecca Page Patterns. She has so many beautiful blouses that it was so hard to choose which one I wanted to make this month for my April sew. This one has two separate options, a long sleeve and a sleeveless. Because I live in the South…

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My grown up Easter egg hunt outfit!

So I'm back for my second post this week! I could get used to this! Today I'm wearing my unconventional Easter outfit. Now let's get real, I don't know if I'll be going on a real Easter egg hunt in these, but one can day dream, right? To make my overalls I used Sew House…

The perfect storm: A rain jacket pattern hack!

I know you're wondering how did I end up doing a pattern hack on a Spring jacket when there's so many patterns out there for this very garment. Well... it was a perfect storm. I had New Look 6585 in my pattern stash for the longest and I could not settle on a fabric that…

Rebecca Page pattern review: Posy pleated pants

Hi loves! I feel like I've been M.I.A lately. But, it's with good reason. I've been working on adding new things to my Etsy shop, venturing outside the box and taking opportunities. So, speaking of new opportunities, I'm so excited to announce that I will be a Brand Ambassador for Rebecca Page patterns. And if…

Breaking all the rules! Pattern review: Simplicity Jiffy Dress 1059

I broke so many rules with this pattern! But more on that later. Let me start from the top. It's definitely an oldie but goodie. If you're not familiar with this pattern it's a vintage Simplicity pattern from 1969. I love this pattern because on some level I'd like to think my late aunt, who…

Style Sew Me Pattern Review: The Madison Cardigan

I immediately fell in love with this pattern as soon as I saw it on Instagram. You can dress it up, dress it down, take it to work -the possibilities are endless! I already have 15 black cardigans so I needed a white one. I used Ponte de Roma fabric from here.  This is the second…

My (Es)cape in Asheville | Pattern review: McCall’s 6209

Whew! What a time I had with this project. The front cover of the pattern actually says that it takes one hour. It actually took me about 5 hours because everything that could go wrong, actually went wrong. Needles. Broken. Thread. Popped. Bobbin. Jammed. You name it, it happened. Over and over and over again!…