• tiny pocket transformed

    dress : altered tiny pocket tank pattern necklace : cursive design jacket : h&m shoes : a.p.c. madras As promised, here is the tiny pocket tank turned into a shift dress complete with a center front button placket and two large patch pockets.  Doesn’t it look so warm and springlike out here?  Don’t be fooled, […]

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  • bleach tie dye

    [via honestly…wtf] Have you seen this awesome tutorial over on honestly…wtf about tie dying your shirts with bleach?  Will someone please do one of these shirts in my honor…I am horribly asthmatically allergic to bleach and as such will not be partaking in the bleachy fun.  I was forced to do this technique in one […]

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  • step by step : tiny pocket tank

    As promised, here is my photographic step by step.  Aren't you glad you're not wasting all this printer ink? I apologize that one or two of the photos are a bit blurry, trying to take macro photos while posing fabric in low light is definitely not the easiest thing to do. Print out instructions + [...] Continue Reading
  • in progress : pdf pocket tank pattern

    As I mentioned in an earlier post, I’m working on creating a downloadable pdf pattern and I’ve decided to test this out with the pocket tank I made this summer.  I’ve graded the pattern up [shown above], written and illustrated all of the instructions and now just need to scan this pattern, digitize it up […]

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  • tips + tricks : plaid matching

    We all know that plaid matching is sort of a pain in the ass.  You need extra fabric, spend a ton of time cutting everything perfectly, pin it all together with precision then after you sew it together something is still off.  This is where my super bff comes in…the walking foot. As your fabric moves […]

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  • moccasin party

      It’s no secret to anyone who knows me (and probably everyone else as well) that I have a thing for moccasins. I’ve had at least one pair every year since about 2000 and my love is only compounding as I age. My current moccasin crew is pictured above, this fall I will finally be […]

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