Beach Ready Cover Up M7408 + Sandpoint Idaho
I was searching for a tunic pattern for forever, when I came across McCall’s 7408. I knew I had the perfect amount of this blue fabric to make the pattern happen. It turned out to a great cover up for summer.  *This post contains affiliate links. Lindsay Baker Co. receives […]

Beach Ready Cover Up M7408


Two Bakers Travel Vlog. My first travel blog on Youtube.
I just posted my 3rd Youtube video and its a trip recap of our trip a few weeks ago. I wrote all about the fun we had here and I wrote about all the good food we had here. It really was a blast, but I think I really enjoy […]

Watch Me on Youtube + A New Video



Why Did I Try Oysters? Summer Getaway Pt. 2 The foodie adventures in Western Washington
So I totally tried oysters on the summer getaway we took last week. If you missed part one, catch up here. Aside from my least favorite oyster eating experience, we really ate some treats! Skip ahead if you want to read about how much I hated the oysters, the rest […]

Oyster Eating & Yummy Foods | Summer Getaway Pt. 2


Summer Getaway to Western WA State. Port Ludlow, Port Townsend, Boating, Crabbing, Hurricane Ridge
Last week we set off to visit my grandparents in Port Ludlow, WA for a little summer getaway. Many of our friends think we live near Seattle, but in all reality we live in Spokane, on the Idaho/Washington border. They live on the other side of Seattle so it was […]

Summer Getaway to Western WA State



Guys, I got a new sewing machine. It’s basically the best thing ever and it did a B.A. job on this amazing dress that I plan to wear to a wedding in a few weeks. I used a pattern that I’ve used before with a few changes and I think […]

The Perfect Dress for a Summer Wedding + Simplicity 1419


DIY 4th of July Shirt | Cricut Explore Project
4th of July just popped up and I needed a shirt. I haven’t made any Cricut projects lately so I threw together a cut file on Design Space, printed it out, and ironed it on to a shirt from Value Village! It was so simple and a perfect last minute […]

DIY 4th of July Shirt | Cricut Explore Project



The Crafty Disaster is no more. But don’t be sad friends, be happy! It was time for a change for my blog. I have put a ton of time into the changes and I hope you are going to love the new Lindsay Baker Co. as much as I do. […]

The New Lindsay Baker Co.


I’ve been spending this week working on my first Youtube video. Since I’ve loved watching refashions on Youtube, I thought it was about time I hunkered down and made one myself. It took quite a bit of editing, a ton of laughing, and nearly two hours of video to put […]

The Crafty Disaster’s First Youtube Video + Restyling Exchange 2017



Off the shoulder & cold shoulder tops are very trendy right now. I’ve been in a sewing slump this month but I finally finished a top for summer. I have had this fabric for a few years in my sewing stash that I knew would be perfect for this pattern. […]

A Fun Off the Shoulder Top + M7573


Earth Day is this week so I decided I wanted to share why I do what I do.  In college I took a sustainability class that I loved. We were assigned an eight week project where we had to lower our carbon footprint. While most of the class changed light bulbs […]

Earth Day: Refashion Roundup



This gingham dress, it really is the handmade dress of my dreams. It is by far my favorite project I have ever sewn. I know, I know. Every new post I say is my new favorite project, but GUYS I really mean it this time! This dress is my favorite […]

The Gingham Dress of My Dreams


Refashions are one of my favorite things to make. I found this ginormous Hawaiian muumuu at the GW Clearance Center for pennies on the dollar. To make a refashion happen, it helps to pick out something with a ton of fabric. It’s always easy to cut away fabric, but much […]

Hawaiian Muumuu to Ruffle Shift Dress Refashion