I made another garment as part of my link with Minerva as a brand ambassador - I hacked the Friday Pattern Company Patina blouse. There's a full write up on the Minerva site here. And the Patina hack instructions I followed are on the Friday Pattern Company blog here.
I loved the pattern as soon as Helen shared a sneak peek - I even messaged her to find out how much fabric it needed
I can completely understand the hype, and love wearing my Anthea - I've made more than one already and have plans for more.
I just love the pockets. They're so big. They'll fit toddler snacks, maybe even a notepad...and still look professional. When can I make my next pair?!
Since I started blogging, I've been given the opportunity to see and write posts in return for free fabric. I wanted to share one of these projects on here, as I'm really proud of it and think it's really me. I made the Berlin Jacket from Tessuti Patterns in a boiled wool from Minerva, and... Continue Reading →
We wore our matching dresses out for a trip to the park and then to a local pub for lunch. We had so much fun in our dresses!
I finally plucked up the courage to try my first 'big 4' pattern. The big question is, will it be the last big 4 pattern I use?
I was really lucky to be picked as a tester for this new kids sewing pattern and wanted to share my experience of both the pattern and being a first-time tester.