Here you can find sewing tutorials and refashion projects. Creating one-of-a-kind clothing is one of my favorite things.

Five Sewing Bloggers You Need to Be Following on Instagram
These are five of my favorite sewing bloggers and vloggers  you need to be following on Instagram. Their profiles are overflowing with information and inspiration for all kinds of different sewing projects. All of these pictures are directly from their respective  Instagrams. In no particular order: Hello Allie J – Allie […]

Five Sewing Bloggers You Need to Be Following on Instagram

No Sew Jean Skirt Update + Episode 3
A new Youtube video is up all about a no sew jean skirt refashion. I posted a schedule in my sidebar and so far I’m sticking to it. Every Tuesday there is a new video up on my Youtube channel. If you haven’t checked it out and you want to, […]

No Sew Jean Skirt Update + Episode 3

Not Sew Fun - McCalls 7185 Wrap Dress
My last project was literally made out of an old lady tablecloth, but this one kinda looks like it was made out of one too. I made this wrap dress with some thrifted fabric but unfortunately it didn’t turn out exactly how I wanted. I’m thinking I might try again […]

Not Sew Fun – McCalls 7185 Wrap Dress

Vintage Tablecloth to Tank Top Refashion + Youtube Video
It’s been a while since I’ve refashioned anything but I finally dove into my secret stash to make something new. I’ve been on a fabric-purchasing freeze for a while now. I’ve been trying to use up scraps and older cuts of fabric I’ve been hoarding. Every sewer has probably said […]

Vintage Tablecloth to Tank Top Refashion

Blue Gingham Peplum + M7571
Blue. Gingham. Peplum. Three of my favorites all wrapped up in one shirt. Since I am fabric busting I had to find a project for this adorable blue gingham fabric I picked up thrifting. I also noticed that I’ve been sewing a lot of dresses and not a lot of […]

Blue Gingham Peplum + M7571

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

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

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

Spring could not come any faster here in Washington. Its been a cold, wet, never-ending winter. I may be jumping ahead but I pulled out these two patterns for spring. Don’t get me wrong, I loved the snow, for the first month or so, but I am ready for some warmer weather. […]

Two New Patterns For Spring M7287 + M7542