my most worn me made ever. And...yes I'm going to say it - my favourite ever me made. I've been waiting to share this for so long.
A lovely pretty blouse that would be a challenging but achievable make for a beginner. I may make more in the future, probably in a plain fabric to better show off those tucks.
A crisp white shirt should adorn the wardrobes of all women, right? To be pulled out and paired with jeans, a lovely skirt, worn underneath a black pinafore. Definitely a wardrobe staple.
My mother in law had a special birthday approaching, and as the lovely person who bought me my sewing machine, I figured it'd be nice to make her something.
As much as I love the colour mustard, a Tilly patterns, and the needlecord trend, I just don't really wear this garment very often.
These photos were taken on the first day of Spring - believe it or not this is Scotland in February!
It's been a little while since I blogged. Life has happened and done it's thing of getting in the way. I've also just not felt like blogging in winter, there's been no natural light during the week to take good photos, and the evening darkness just saps my energy and inclination to do much beyond... Continue Reading →
Well, I did it. I may even have to change my sewing name (although my slowness in publishing this post probably suggests it's OK for now!). My version of the Amy Jumpsuit from Closet Case Patterns was sewn up within three weeks of its release. I, Sew Slow Sarah, printed it off, toiled it, made... Continue Reading →
Frosting*. Sew the frosting. What an excellent idea. An excellent challenge. Kelli of True Bias sparked my idea for this project in her original Instagram story- she wanted to sew the fun stuff. And so did I. Couple of days later, Kelli and Heather-Lou of Closet Case Patterns had launched the #sewfrosting challenge. As described... Continue Reading →