I’ll be honest here…working out is not my favorite activity. It’s more of a necessary evil that takes up valuable time I could be using to sew. So, I’m always up for finding ways to make it more fun. In this case, the fun quotient comes in the form of neon workout wear! I came across these pink and turquoise mesh fabrics at Lincraft and immediately knew they were what was missing from my daily workouts.
This week, I’m excited to share with you my printed asymmetrical scuba dress. This is a project I completed over a year ago, but loved so much I had to get it up on the blog. Better late than never, right?
I don’t know about you, but I love when a man wears a smartly tailored vest. Doesn’t matter if it’s with a suit or some jeans, I think it looks polished and sort of old-school cool.
This week’s post is all about a shirt that I had as much fun making as I have wearing it (and that’s a lot of fun!). My striped tee with leopard appliqué was inspired by BurdaStyle’s DIY Cat Appliqués tutorial.
I don’t often make a garment based solely around an accessory, but I found myself doing just that after discovering an amazing pattern from Patons yarn, called the Globetrotter Shawl (if you crochet, definitely check it out…it’s a free pattern!). In the pattern photos the […]