In my last post, I talked about my thoughts on the Christine Haynes Emery Dress sewing pattern and how I changed the regular sleeves to these tie sleeves in order to recreate a pretty dress that I had spotted on the High Street. I have had so many lovely comments about it on social media… Continue reading How I made my Christine Haynes Emery Dress Tie Sleeve Hack
I O.k I know, I am a little late to this party. The Emery Dress is an incredibly popular dress in the sewing community, and for good reason. It’s a classic shape, slightly vintage inspired, and has a fitted fully lined bodice and full skirt. I have owned this pattern for several months now and… Continue reading Christine Haynes Emery Dress with Tie Sleeves Hack Sewing Pattern Review.
A few weeks ago I was thrilled to be accepted by Kommatia Patterns as a pattern tester for this gorgeous simple jersey v-neck top. I thoroughly enjoyed the process, and can’t wait to share this with you today. This pattern is a very comfy relaxed t-shirt, with a v-neck, breast pocket and turn up… Continue reading Kommatia Patterns T003 Jersey Top Sewing Pattern Review
A little while ago, whilst browsing through Pinterest – as you do in the middle of the night – I came across some pictures of some really pretty bedding ideas, and how to arrange your pillows. I immediately decided I NEEDED 2 very large white square cushions to place at the back of the bed… Continue reading How to make simple envelope cushion covers with piping.
It’s been a while since I last made a skirt, and since this Sewaholic pattern is on my #2017makenine list and the warmer weather is coming, I thought it was about time that I made it. It is the first time I have made a Sewaholic pattern. I purchased this several months ago from The… Continue reading Sewaholic Crescent Skirt Pattern Review