Happy Fall everyone! I love the heat of the summer
For the past few years, jumpsuits have been all the rage.
Fall is back and it is time to start covering ourselves again!
I usually start a project with a pattern in mind, but this time started with the news cycle and a fabric.
(*Note: The photos look a bit blurry, but that is only due to the type of fabric that I’ve used! Try to take a clear picture of suede, it’s a little hard)
Getting in a little more summer sewing while I still can.
There’s still plenty of sunshine outside so why not make another cute summer dress!
I finally jumped on the exposed shoulder look bandwagon!
Sorry, this entry is only available in French.
Avez-vous déjà confectionné la chemise pour homme?
I am declaring this the summer of the shirtdress, to help me overcome my fear of buttonholes and to challenge myself a little!
Whether your style is a little Bohemian, Woodstock inspiredor even Nautical, there are home décor fabrics available on the market to ensure you remain true to your designer spirit.
Few inventions have changed the course of history as much as the sewing machine. Imagine if it was still up to women
Lately I have had the bright idea of actually sewing clothes that I would wear everyday
So we’ve had a taste of nice weather and I think we’re all about done with sewing up
Hello everyone! I’m Margo and I can usually be found over at Creating In The Gap but I’m super excited to be sharing my coat here with you today!
It is time for me to share with you my latest make: McCall’s 6891.
I’m so excited to be showcasing this pretty dress!
Sometimes the fabric decides the dress. I saw a quilting cotton at Fabricville.com, called Mallowway Green Diamonds. It reminded me of
I am slowly becoming a jumpsuit addict. Every time I see a new jumpsuit pattern, I just want to
(Funny story: It was starting to be sunnier outside with higher temperatures so I decided to create a summer dress by using everything that I needed from
En découvrant les collections de tissus “Décor Maison” de Fabricville