Hey everyone! Just checking in to say I’ll probably be checking out for the rest of December. I’m still trying to rest my wrists and nip this tendinitis in its stupid bud. I’m also taking this time to mull over some goals and directions for 2015, as well as work on a few projects to kick off the new year since I’m sewing slower than normal lately.
I’ll still be checking in daily on Instagram if you miss me too much
…or if you just want to see super cute photos of Lucille
Happy Holidays, All!
Remember when I said my tendinitis was on the mend? I lied. You all warned me this would happen and I didn’t listen. I jumped back in the game too soon and got all ambitious with graphic design projects and Christmas sewing and now I’m back to square one with the wrist issues, like an idiot (as in: I’m not sleeping comfortably at night because they hurt so badly). I really should keep the typing down to the bare minimum, but I do have a bit of explaining to do with this Deer & Doe Datura pattern hack.
Hi friends, I’m super excited to help kickoff the Popover Poncho Blog Tour today! To help promote April Rhodes’ new pattern, I’ve made my own version of the Popover Poncho to share with you.*
I’ll be announcing the winner of my recent giveaway at the end of this post, but I wanted EVERYONE to feel like a winner so I decided to release another freebie! This mini catalog by Hollywood Patterns contains eight pages of vintage sewing inspiration from March, 1946.
I thought I’d pop in and share a bit of what I’ve been working on lately. First up, I’ve got a new pattern by Anna Maria Horner in queue. It’s a really neat pieced circle skirt that I can’t wait to make! I think the yardage charts might be wrong though because I could only fit 7 of my 8 blue panels on the recommended fabric no matter which way I tried. I’m not super upset about it though because that just means I have a real excuse to BUY MORE FABRIC! Ha! …Ew, and maybe a new ironing board cover while I’m at it.