I wasn't exactly sure what I wanted to do for a holiday dress this year. Our family holiday celebrations are usually fairly casual, but the school that I am on the board of holds an art and music celebration, and last year I made a nice Appleton dress.
The first item on my #MakeNine2019 list is the Concord t-shirt by Cashmerette, with the goal shirt being one using the black and white knit fabric kit that came with the pattern.
For a long time I only sewed woven items, mostly because knits scared me. There just seemed like so much could go wrong, especially if you even touch the fabric while stitching. Once I got my new sewing machine, however, and bought a walking foot, I felt like I was ready to take the plunge.... Continue Reading →
"There's not one thing about your natural physical appearance that isn't absolutely perfect for the totally unique individual you are." -Metamorphosis, David Kibbe
In my previous post, I was extremely convinced of my Kibbe "Romantic" self. I had a few thoughts about my face shape not quite matching the Romantic face shape exactly, but I could clearly tell I wasn't in the "Theatrical Romantic" category. However, I was rereading some posts from Dr. T Designs, and one of... Continue Reading →