My next project for the Minerva Maker Team is this incredibly cute and comfy pair of lounge-worthy Moji Pants by Seamwork Patterns. Read the post for all the quick and dirty details!
Today I’m sharing my full sewing pattern review for the Peplum Top from Peppermint Magazine. This free, beginner-friendly sewing pattern is perfect for your warm-weather wardrobe or worn layered in the cooler months. It also features a flouncy peplum detail at the bottom that, I can’t lie, is super fun to twirl around like a 6-year-old in! Keep reading for the complete Peplum Top from Peppermint Magazine sewing pattern review.Continue reading “The Peppermint Peplum Top Sewing Pattern Review”
One of my favorite items to up-cycle from my wardrobe is baggy t-shirts. I don’t know how I accumulate so many, but when I’m ready for a quick wardrobe refresh, they’re always the first to meet the scissors! If you’re new to the refashioning game, don’t panic! Today I’m going to show you one of my favorite tried and true refashioned t-shirt hacks: the No-Sew Fringed Festival Tee DIY.Continue reading “Try This: No-Sew Fringed Festival Tee DIY”
OK! Round 2 from the sewing fashion front. This time around I decided to be a bit more practical and chose a pattern that was better aligned with my everyday life.Continue reading “The Jean Genie – The Moji Pants by Seamwork”
After seeing several versions of the York Pinafore from Helen’s Closet pop up in my social feeds, I knew I had to take a crack at this pattern! The easygoing vibe and beginner-friendly construction got me hooked, and I can totally see this becoming a TNT pattern in my sewing arsenal. Keep reading out more about why I love this pattern, my first adventures in making bias tape, and how dreamy this Tencel twill fabric is!Continue reading “Sewing Pattern Review: The York Pinafore”