I did it! My website is now LIVE!

I have been secretly working on this for a while so I am excited to finally announce that my website http://www.theravelout.com is now live! I used this blog for about four years so I am sad to let it go but I am very happy that I will be sharing my makes on a more... Continue Reading →

Fun with Dogwood Denim from Spoonflower

Hello everybody! I am so excited to share my collaboration with Spoonflower to celebrate their 1 year launch of the dogwood denim. Dogwood Denim Some of you may be familiar with Spoonflower but for those who are not, it is an online platform where you can make custom fabric by uploading your designs or purchasing... Continue Reading →

Party in the Back – DIY Sade Blouse

Another week, another project! I am excited to share this week's "Party in the back" project with you - The Sade Blouse by Named Clothing. If you are part of or follow the sewing community, you have probably heard of the much talked about Breaking the Pattern book. It's a sewing book showcasing many modern... Continue Reading →

DIY Tinsel Jacket

To end this year with a sewing bang, I decided to make a Christmas inspired jacket for a work party. Inspired by Rachel Burke's work, I decided to make a tinsel jacket (If you haven't check out her awesome IG page, you are missing out @imakestagram). There was not a lot of sewing involved, just... Continue Reading →

Fall Makes Round-Up

Hello everybody! It's time to share my fall makes round-up with y'all. Fall was such a productive season for me. My sewing skills are also improving with each project which is so exciting! Dresses Hemlock Tee - This is a free pattern by Grainline Studio which I hacked into a dress. It is such a... Continue Reading →

TWIST-FRONT DRESS (M7429)

I am so thrilled to share one of my favorite fall projects for Fabricville with you! Everything about this dress (McCall 7429) is to die for. The twist front is such a great detail but the fabric choice is the ultimate winner here. It definitely made this pattern extra special for me. You can read... Continue Reading →

Pattern Mixing – Me made outfit

I made an entire outfit and attempted mixing patterns! After making a few basics, i needed a little fix. This project was the definition of pattern mixing for me - knits and woven, stripes and florals...somehow it worked out. Top I made the striped turtleneck knit top using The Rowan Tee by Megan Nielsen Patterns.... Continue Reading →

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