Today I’m sharing my Zadie Jumpsuit pattern review from Paper Theory Patterns for the Minerva Maker Team. Take a sneak peek and catch a few quick details about this make in the blog post!Continue reading “Minerva Maker Team: Zadie Jumpsuit Pattern Review”
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 am really excited to share my latest make (I guess I should say makes) and a new segment for my blog and YouTube channel: Babe Sewed My Look. I know a lot of us find fashion inspiration in so many places and think “I really wish I could dress like that!” So why don’t we? Well for one thing, just because you love a look doesn’t mean it fits into your everyday aesthetic, or your lifestyle, or even your budget. If I could, I would dress like Cher everyday…but a see-through sequined gown isn’t exactly practical for homeschooling my 3 year old and feathers aren’t really my thing, ya dig? That’s why I’m doing BSML. It’s a way for me to play around with the looks that inspire me and tweak them to fit me, while keeping the overall vibe of the garment intact. There’s so many different styles, genres, and icons I can’t wait to try my hand at re-imagining, but the one that started this whole ball a’rollin was this look worn by everyone’s favorite teenage witch, Sabrina Spellman:
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”