A couple weeks ago OnlineFabricStore.net held a mini contest on Instagram for a “wicked good fabric” t-shirt. Lucky for me I was chosen as one of the winners! About a week later I received my package and in it was the t-shirt AND a reuable shopping bag, some beautiful quatrefoil fabric and a package ofContinue reading “How to Cut a T-Shirt: Slashes with a Hood”
I LOVE cardigans. All you have to do to wear them year round is change the shirt with which you wear it. Click to see the video!
I’ve got a new video on YouTube! This is my favorite skirt yet! Something new I’m trying is that on the Mondays I post a video, there will be a blog post talking more about the video. Inspiration, creative process, what was going on in my head, etc. Maybe I can even post some bloopers.Continue reading “DIY: High Low Skirt with Zipper Embellishment”
While searching for maxi dress to make for the summer I came across this BCBG Max Azria maxi dress. I like dresses that cinch at the waist so I decided to give it a try. What you’ll need: 2 yards main fabric (suggestion: silk, cotton voile, rayon, polyester blend, etc. avoid cotton because it won’t haveContinue reading “DIY: BCBG Max Azria Inspired Maxi Dress”
Believe it or not, I had this dress in mind when I started. I wasn’t able to find the fabric appropriate for this dress, so as usual I kinda winded it. This is what I came up with. Beautiful Aztec print don’t you think?
First I would like to say, one of these days my projects will go as planned from start to finish. In the meantime, this is my high low dress (this was supposed to be a whole different dress, but I’ll get back to it later).
I think empire waist dresses are my favorite, but if you’re like me you have…trouble fitting into them at times. lol So since I know how to sew I decided to take matters into my own hands. This is how I did it. What you’ll need is simple: fabricelastic (in the tutorial I used 1Continue reading “A Skirt That Can Be a Shirt”
A really good pair of jeans is hard to come by. A pair that gives you curves in all the right places and doesn’t cut off circulation in your mid-section. Muffin top? Nope! Indeed they were my comfortable go to pair of jeans. So you can imagine my horror when I noticed the rip…after I’dContinue reading “Jeans to Shorts”
I’ll show you how I made this strap embellishment for a tank top behind the cut! What you’ll need:knit fabrictank top to tracepinsscissors
Here I am at almost three in the morning surfing the web (tidal wave!) and I decide to look through my Pinterest when I see this…