Whether it’s in a home sewing pattern or ready-to-wear garment, shirring details are cropping up all over the place lately. Shirring details can easily be added to your own makes for a completely custom, on-trend look. If you’ve never sewn with elastic before, don’t worry! It’s surprisingly simple to master the technique to level up your sewing game and me-made wardrobe. Just read this post for my top tips for shirring to get started!Continue reading “Top Tips For Shirring”
Hello friends! After a brief hiatus, I am so excited to be back in my happy place with some great news: Baby M was finally served her eviction notice and joined our family at the end of July!Continue reading “New Arrival”
Elastic Waist Gathered Skirt Tutorial
Whether you’re looking for the perfect beginner sewing project or just something easy you can whip up in an afternoon, this elastic waist gathered skirt tutorial is for you! This simple gathered skirt is a wardrobe staple, and super easy to make! Using only a few squares of fabric, this project is excellent for beginner sewists. Bonus- it has pockets! Add one to your summer wardrobe by following this elastic waist gathered skirt tutorial- just keep reading to find out how!Continue reading “Elastic Waist Gathered Skirt Tutorial”
Daisy Crochet Face Scrubbies Pattern
Looking for an adorable way to clean up your skincare routine? Replace your disposable cotton pads and makeup remover wipes with this sweet project. The Daisy Crochet Face Scrubbies Pattern is a free, beginner-friendly crochet pattern that’s totally unique and makes for a great sustainable swap. This DIY makeup remover pad uses eco-friendly yarn made from 100% cotton, making it soft on your most sensitive skin. Use these crochet face pads to gently buff your cheeks during your cleansing routine for a deep clean that isn’t harsh on your skin or the planet. Find the *FREE* pattern for the Daisy Crochet Face Scrubbies in this blog post!Continue reading “Daisy Crochet Face Scrubbies Pattern”
The Peppermint Pocket Skirt Outfit Mood Boards + A New Way To Plan Your Me-Made Projects!
As an avid mood board creator and project planner, I love discovering new ways to gather inspiration and brainstorm upcoming makes. I’ve tried everything from Pinterest mood boards to notebook sketches! Not anymore, because I’ve recently come across a fun and easy way to start planning my sewing projects that I just had to share with you guys. Using the “Rule of Three Outfits” here are a few outfit ideas for my next project: The Pocket Skirt from Peppermint Magazine!Continue reading “The Peppermint Pocket Skirt Outfit Mood Boards + A New Way To Plan Your Me-Made Projects!”