The Tangerine Trousers are a tried and trusted baby sewing pattern for us - so far I've made 5 pairs!
I have a lot of makes to catch up on...this is my Sew Over It Penny dress hack that I made at the Fold Line's sewing weekender in Cambridge back in August 2018. I used a really small remnant I'd grabbed in the John Lewis sale - turns out it's Atelier Brunette lawn! I've already... Continue Reading →
I sewed joy. Actual joy. The sewing Weekender made me do it and I haven't been happier in a long time.
This was the first knit item I ever cut out, but it took me more than a year to pluck up the courage to sew it up.
This is a tried and true pattern - I have made four Blackwood cardigans so far. This one is so cosy that I can wear it as a substitute for a jacket in the spring and autumn.
This is such an easy make. Two body pieces and two waist ties. But it took me so long to work up the courage to work with such big pieces.
I've been having a huge sort through my fabrics and patterns during lockdown. After doing this, I have had to face up to the fact that I have way too much fabric. Over 100 pieces. Almost every piece I have a plan for, but I just don't have the time. I also have loads of... Continue Reading →