One of my favorite things about sewing will always be the ability to make unique things for my family. In this case I knew I needed some new swimwear for this summer, and I wanted to coordinate with baby boy without being too matchy. Last summer when I was pregnant, I almost made myself a … Continue reading Mommy & Me Swimwear!
I’ve made quite a few matching outfits for L and Brian, mainly due to using up the scraps from fabric I had already used to make Brian things over the past couple years. I have made one matching set for me (which I have not yet blogged...better get on that before he outgrows it!) but I … Continue reading Minimalist Swiss Cross Mommy & Me
This is definitely one of my most favorite makes in quite a while - also something I had been planning to make for a long time as well! I was just waiting for motivation and the perfect fabric; I certainly found both in the Raspberry Creek Fabrics fall line this year. Both the large scale … Continue reading Nursing Halifax Hoodie Tutorial + RCF
Can you believe it? I already sewed one of my goal patterns for this year: the Hey June Willamette Shirt! For this procrastinator, that's truly remarkable considering it's only March. Ha! I used the new tencel twill from Raspberry Creek Fabrics and it is divine. Also I think I get a medal because I took … Continue reading Tencel Twill Willamette Shirt
I'm so excited to share my makes with two prints from Raspberry Creek's spring line! The whole collection is adorable; definitely something for everyone. Check it out here! Here's what I used for my sweatshirt: Pattern: Halifax Hoodie View E by Hey June Purple, Teal, and Peach Ultraviolet Floral French Terry Eggplant Solid French Terry … Continue reading Raspberry Creek Fabric Spring Collection
Isn't this octopus print awesome? I bought it towards the beginning of summer and am just now sewing it up...to continue my trend from my last post! It's another cotton lycra from Raspberry Creek. This Thread Theory Strathcona was such a weird trial of errors. I had initially used a triblend for the body pieces but … Continue reading An Octopus Strathcona