Fall Stripes In Vogue

Fall is all about basic pullover tops so when I saw this vogue 9169 pattern, I knew I had to make it. I hunted for the perfect fabric from Fabricville and made this magical combo. I have never made two views of this same pattern as fast as I made this! The Pattern: Vogue 9169... Continue Reading →

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The Melilot Shirt

My most recent addition to my handmade closet is a button-up shirt. I have been obsessing over classic button-up shirts for a while and I am glad I found this Deer and Doe casual button-up drop shoulders pattern. The Pattern -  Version A has long sleeves and a rounded collar; version B has cuffed short... Continue Reading →

The Afternoon Blouse

My newest handmade addition to my fall wardrobe is The Afternoon Blouse I made using a pale pink linen blend fabric. Leonardo da Vinci's quote, "Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication" brilliantly describes this pattern by Jennifer Lauren Handmade. It is a very simple pattern but the unique neckline option takes this blouse to a whole... Continue Reading →

Denim + Polka Dots Vibes (M7573)

I knew I had to make this ruffle top immediately I saw the pattern. What is there to not love? The pattern and my fabric choice checks all my boxes. Ruffles ✓ Flowy & fun ✓ Denim & polka dots ✓ ... you get the idea. This pattern has different styles and ties options including an off-the-shoulder... Continue Reading →

The Power Outfit

It's been a while since I used African print to make any projects. Well, that changes now because my new addition to my closet happens to be an African print dress I made using Butterick 5982. I paired my new handmade dress with my handmade cascading coat (Butterick 6244) and got this Power Outfit. This dress... Continue Reading →

Wrap It Up!

It's almost the end of the year! Woohoo!! I'm excited to present to you my latest pattern testing outfit, The Mitchell Dress by Paddle boat Patterns. The pattern comes with a dress and jumpsuit version. How cool is that? I used a gorgeous red crinkled rayon fabric and paired the final look with a greenish necklace... Continue Reading →

Layered: Peppermint Peplum

I started off my week with a new handmade polka dot peplum top. And the best part? The pattern I used is free and so easy which is perfect for a beginner sewer. Who doesn't love free?! It's actually a summer top but I layered it and plan to rock it during these cold seasons.... Continue Reading →

Ashley Kimono Dress

The newest addition to my closet is this Ashley Kimono dress that I had the opportunity to test for On the cutting floor. I love the fabric and how comfortable the style of the dress is. This was officially my last make of the summer. I'm currently working on my fall closet. Can't wait to... Continue Reading →

Channeling my Inner Barbie

Today, the Connie dress pattern is helping me soak the last bits of summer while channeling my inner Barbie. Of course in the process of making this simple yet glamorous dress, I had the opportunity to work with boning for the first time. Another first this year 🙂 I honestly fell in love with this... Continue Reading →

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