Monthly Archives: July 2018

Emily’s Cali Faye Jumpsuit Hack

Emily from Self Assembly Required has shared her latest LSABlogSquad make – the Cali Faye Dress 47 that she has hacked into a jumpsuit! It looks so chic in our black linen rayon blend ******** So you all know how much love I have for the Dress 47 pattern from Cali Faye. (I went on … Continue reading Emily’s Cali Faye Jumpsuit Hack

Sew My Style – Lander shorts review

I had already made a pair of cropped Lander pants from linen earlier in the year but I really fancied making the shorts version. I had got the fit spot on with the trousers so knew what I needed to do for the shorts version. I was going to make the shorts from some black … Continue reading Sew My Style – Lander shorts review

Cute Kitty Carnaby

As I have been wearing my first Nina Lee Carnaby dress all the time this Summer, I thought it would be a good idea to make another one. I love that it is so easy to throw on and makes you feel put together while still being really comfortable to wear. I bought some of this … Continue reading Cute Kitty Carnaby

Suzie’s Seren Dress

Suzie from Threadquarters has made the most stunning Seren dress from our mid blue Tencel. There is some serious dress envy going on here! ******** I am back today to share my second make for the Like Sew Amazing Blog Squad. For my first LSA make I wasn’t exactly sure what I wanted to make, and … Continue reading Suzie’s Seren Dress

Jenny H’s Deer and Doe Plantain Top

Jenny from the Wardrobe Architect, has completed her next make for the LSABlogSquad – the Plantain top by Deer and Doe from our Clara yarn dyed jersey. It is such a simple but staple garment for your handmade wardrobe. ******** For my second Like Sew Amazing Blog Squad make I opted to try a pattern I … Continue reading Jenny H’s Deer and Doe Plantain Top

Seren dress – pattern review

With two new Tilly and the Buttons patterns released this month, we are spoilt for choice but I decided to start with the Seren dress as I haven’t sewn a lovely summery dress in a while. I was a bit torn between the tie front and plain front but I decided to go with something … Continue reading Seren dress – pattern review

Honeycomb shirt – pattern review

Honeycomb is the latest pattern release from indie designer Ana from Cocowawa Crafts. It has an option of making it as a dress or a shirt. The gorgeous Ana invited me and a few other sewing bloggers to a sewing day at the Village Haberdashery to make our own Honeycombs. It was a wonderful day … Continue reading Honeycomb shirt – pattern review