Hey peeps! Today’s post is all about the lovely Butterick 6318. I finished sewing this vintage 60’s style dress last week. It has a semi-fitted bodice, dolman sleeves, and a full gathered skirt. The highlight of the dress is a front sash that crisscrosses the waist and ties in the back. It also has a… Continue reading Vintage 60’s Butterick 6318
Are you like me, and have a hard time fitting into jeans? Practically every single pair of jeans I've ever owned had to be altered in some way or form. Mostly at the bottom hems, as the legs are almost always way too long, even when I attempt to add height with heels. While being… Continue reading Short Girl Dilemma: Hemming Flare Jeans
If I could go back in time to any era for fashion, it would definitely be the 70s. Gosh, I love a good bell sleeve. (or a good bell bottom!) There's a whole spectrum of fashion in the seventies to love. On one end you get all the floaty, airy, drape-y, dreamy flutter sleeves, balloon… Continue reading Blast From the Past: 70’s Kimono Dress (Vogue #9253)
Hi everyone. It's been quite a while since I've been able to sit down at my machine and sew. Lots and lots of things have taken place in the past month, and because of that I just haven't had the time, strength, or interest in doing any extracurricular activities. I won't go into detail about… Continue reading DIY & Tutorial: Buffalo Plaid Kitchen Curtains
Hello! First off, I'm really glad you made it here. Thank you for taking an interest in hearing all about my journey through sewing. I know for some of you, sewing may not be the most exciting, thrilling, adrenaline-inducing hobby out there. Or maybe it is. I can definitely attest to feeling the thrill and… Continue reading Welcome to My Sewing Blog!
Wow. To start things off, it's been quite a while since I've blogged. YEARS actually, since I've even signed in to WordPress and used the site. It feels...foreign, to say the least. My mind literally went blank when I saw all the tools for posting. I totally forgot all the "how-to's" and how to use… Continue reading Sew Over Quarantine!