This Closet Case pattern is the bomb. It’s so simple and easy to wear. With a little extra length it can be work appropriate; in a sheer fabric it can go to the bar. I could probably wear this in early pregnancy and definitely breastfeeding friendly. What can’t this top do? LOOOOOOOOOVE. Pattern: Closet Case […]Read More Closet Case Cielo Top
Yeah, no intro needed for this one. Pattern: New Look 6510, View B Fabric: Black Brussels Washer linen/rayon (1.5 yards, Stonemountain and Daughter Fabrics) Sizing & Alterations: I graded from a size 8 at the bust, 10 through the hip and size 12 length. The front of the dress was cut as 2 pieces (rather than on the […]Read More ANOTHER NEW LOOK 6510!??!
How many of these have I made at this point? Doesn’t even matter, I love throwing these shirts on with jeans or shorts. I really should invest in making one up in a quality, drapey fabric that can transition to work. This really is one of the most perfect top patterns. Pattern: Closet Case Patterns Kalle […]Read More Another Kalle shirt!
I had this striped linen pinned on my Pinterest fabric board for at least a year, so it was a perfect storm when The Fabric Store had a 20% off sale and Closet Case released a new pattern with minimal required yardage. The result? An awesome summer dress, perfect for grocery shopping, drinking mimosas, or […]Read More Closet Case Patterns Rome Collection: The Cielo Dress
I resisted as long as I could, but I finally broke down and bought the ubiquitous Ogden cami. And thank God I did! This top is so popular for good reason– I LOVE basic patterns that can be endlessly customized by varying fabric choice, length, straps, adding peplums or inserting a full lining to make […]Read More True Bias Ogden camis, x2
I learned a lot from my first go-round with the Roscoe dress– namely, there’s a little too much ease for my personal style. So for this follow up, which was inspired by a Sézane dress, I heavily modified the pattern to reduce the ease. This has easily become one of my most worn me-mades. Pattern: True […]Read More True Bias Roscoe Blouse
If you don’t already own this pattern, freakin buy it already! It’s just the best. It is fast and easy to sew, endlessly variable and just the perfect summer dress. This is my second of three versions and I’m sure 4 and 5 are in the pipeline. Pattern: New Look 6510, view C Fabric: Handwoven jacquard, Red […]Read More New Look 6510- Take 2
This is my second Grainline Studio pattern- the first, the Portside Travel Set, is freaking awesome and I’ve already sewn at least 4 sets of duffel bags, dopp kits, and pouches. My first apparel projects from this pattern company didn’t disappoint, either; I really love this Hadley pattern as it is simple but includes thoughtful […]Read More A pair of Grainline Hadley tops
I can’t for the life of me find any pictures of myself wearing this shirt! Suffice it to say, I love it. The fabric is FREAKING AWESOME. Wish I would’ve bought more; will definitely go back the next time we visit Argentina. This pattern is basically the French Ogden cami; they’re both great, versatile, and […]Read More Aime Comme Marie: ‘Miss’ top
The end of breastfeeding means the return of jumpsuits! Woo! Really happy with the outcome of this pattern/fabric match, despite a less than perfect fit in the bust (like I said, I’m post-breastfeeding= flatter than ever). Pattern: Vogue 9259, view B Fabric/notions: Kahlo uneven stripe rayon in peach (2 yards, Stone Mountain and Daughter); white stretch chiffon […]Read More Summer jumpsuit love! Vogue 9259