Hello Darlings! Today’s Post (is long over due) will speak to jean making. I have created quite a few pairs of jeans in different styles; distressed, dressy like, and just pants created from jean fabric. This is my first pair of “jeans” it has the coin pocket, back pockets, etc.
Hi again Darlings! I have been busy sewing but not posting as I should be 🙁 I know I always promise to do better — well I will do and not talk about it but be about it. This is a cute plaid top that I created from 100% cotton fabric
Happy Wednesday Darlings! Yes its me again can you believe it twice in one week whoo hoo for me! I made this two piece crop top and pants for a birthday event I went to in Baltimore. The event was for my sister’s pastor of The Greater Hope Worship Center. The party
Hello darlings! Its been a great summer or parts of it LOL it has rained a lot here in the DC area *side eye* and really a pause for being of fashion great! However the sun has come out and with a vengeance! Average temperature 84 degress.. whoot woo! More about
I was fortunate enough to get invited to the Universal Soul Circus on July 8.. it was a fabulous show and quite surprising. I had not been to the circus in years and I was pleasantly surprised. Here are a few photos from the evening.. This was the opening act..
Hello All! Welcome to the new blog! Well the blog is not new but it has a new look! Bra Kit and Queen Anne Pattern from Needle Nook Fabrics In June of 2014, I began a group on Facebook called Bra Making Beginners to Intermediates we celebrated our year anniversary all month
Facebook keeps reminding me I have not posted in a while .. so here goes.. Generally I take a group of photos of certain projects I am working on. This Watson Bra is one of them. I have followed Amy for quite sometime intrigued by her self-taught creations of bra
I am such a slacker lol Blogging is a lot of work! But if I want to grow my blog I must be more consistent.. Last blog entry was January and that is soooo not acceptable.. However I have quite a few posts in cue and I promise to become
Hello Fam! Here is a cure sweater coat I made a few months back from Burda Style #113. This pattern is extremely easy to create. With putting the pattern together, cutting and sewing I would say it took about three hours. I did make a few alterations to the pattern.