I love sewing lingerie, garments and home decor. About a year ago I discovered that I also enjoy drawing and also painting with watercolors. I started learning to draw by using books from the library, sketching and painting with watercolors. With this new love for art,
I recently purchased this 100% cotton double knit, double bubble gum pink fabric at Stone Mountain and Daughter in Berkeley, California to make a muslin for dress I planned to sew using Simplicity D0657 pattern. I found this fabric upstairs where all of the fabric is half price. So not only was it the fabulous… Continue reading Double Bubble Pink! A Dress from Simplicity D0657 and a Bodysuit from Simplicity 8435
After months of wearing sweaters and knit tops, I wanted a comfortable and stylish top for the warmer spring weather. I knew this new top had to have ruffled or flounce sleeve. Pattern I had a couple of patterns in my collection for tops with flounce sleeves, but I wanted a ruffled sleeve like this… Continue reading Gingham Ruffled Sleeve Blouse – Modification of Simplicity 8454
I recently purchased this lovely stretch velvet in black and burgundy and on the same day, I discovered a new bralette pattern by Madalynne, called the Barrett bralette. You can find this free (yes, I said free!) Barrett bralette pattern here. If you've been following my blog, you know I am a big fan of… Continue reading Black Velvet Bralette and Panties
I just finished sewing this tailored shirt using Simplicity 1538, view B. This was the first time that I've made a shirt from this pattern and I am so pleased with the results...
Hot off my sewing machine! I just finished a partial-band bra and pantie set made from black stretch galloon lace and fushia powernet...
After a summer of sewing for other people and for our new home, I decided it was time to make a dress for myself. I love gingham and...
Making these kimono robes was a win-win for both me and my twin - she has a new robe and I have a great pattern, in two lengths and two chest widths, that I'm sewing again and again.
This lace bra was a fun pieces of lingerie to make - I know there are many more lace bras in my future!
This was my first time using a Butterick pattern by Gertie. I followed Gertie's Butterick pattern 6031 to make a chemise and panties from sheer stretch mesh and stretch lace. They turned out really pretty, don't you think? I made the chemise, which is a modified variation of version C, and the panties, version D,… Continue reading A Pretty Rosy Chemise and Panties from Butterick B6031 – A Pattern Review