Monthly Archives: September 2015
Fiber Briber It’s selfish sewing week. Finally and Oh No! I’ve been very much looking forward to SSW. Seamworks-Akita, Mouse House Creations-Julia Cardigan and Blank Slate-Pocketful of Posies are all on my short list. Sis Boom Carolina Mae is there … Continue reading
Have you seen the new Unbiased Collection from Pattern Anthology? The idea is that the patterns should fit all shapes and sizes and should be flattering. I’m skeptical. Nice idea, but maybe lacking practical application? I considered getting it at the presale … Continue reading
With just two skeins of yarn this could never be a proper blanket, but it’s a very soft, very warm stoll and A is still small enough to think it an ample cuddle-able blanket.
It’s been a few weeks now and I haven’t sewn anything for me. With the changing seasons my wardrobe is showing some serious holes, like owning no long sleeve tops. Luckily selfish sewing week is coming up. I just picked … Continue reading
Autumn Sky my first fall make, or really my second if I count my test run of the Julia Cardigan by Mouse House Creations, which turned out way too big. Alterations 2 dart FBA added 1.5″ at center fold … Continue reading
Green Gardens after a day of gardening, housework, freezer defrosting, and kid chasing. Wrinkles were unavoidable. Green Gardens is that shirt you unexpectedly make when you realize you don’t want to test things out with linen and are not interested in … Continue reading