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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]