I created this tutorial for Cut Out and Keep's website back in January and never got a chance to share it here on the blog. Sewing life is stagnant at the moment so now is as good a time as ever to share this easy project with you all. We need a little inspiration sometimes to get us going or just a little reminder that it's OK, mistakes happen, just pick up your seam ripper and move on. So if your interested in DIY'ing your own inspirational banner to jazz up your sewing space then please read on.
Sunday, August 30, 2015
Monday, August 3, 2015
I made these culottes, oohhh, about a couple months ago. Standing in front of the mirror, Vito sitting next to me, I had a meh moment. "Are these really my style?" "Where will I wear these?" "Do they make my butt look big?" Vito quickly got up and exited the room. With every intention of getting pictures for the blog I laid them on my ironing board as a reminder. Yep, they laid there for two months until I finally got sick of working around them. My second go around in front of the mirror had me questioning my antics the months before. I actually like these a lot.
Tuesday, July 28, 2015
Minions...they're everywhere! On my television, on my cereal box, in my Happy Meals...#noshame and in my Pinterest feed. After their debut in Despicable Me I along with a million others was left wanting to see more of these adorable little guys. I'm probably the only one who hasn't seen the Minion movie yet. It grossed $115.2 million in North America alone it's opening weekend!! So to celebrate these loveable yellow dudes and to add to my Happy Meal collection I made a pincushion.
Monday, July 6, 2015
Hey there friends! Coming back from a long weekend is always rough isn't it? I hope everyone who celebrated had a Happy 4th. I got to watch my Grandpa get honored with the Veteran of the Year award for our county which was pretty awesome then we finished the day off with some fireworks at a family cookout.
I finished out Sewing Pattern Review's Fabric Stash contest with another easy pattern (I'm all about easy these days) the Colette Mabel. The contest ended with a total of 1,010.15 yards being sewn. The top contestant sewn up 93.125 yards!! Can you even imagine? It was hard enough for me to crank out my tiny 3 yard projects. The life of a slacker.