Hi readers, I hope you’re having a happy Thanksgiving weekend. I recently lost a much loved friend, whom I did not get to see too often during the last year. The last time I saw Suzy was in September 2015, more than a year ago and that’s where I snapped the selfie above. It was… Read More Lacy Thread & Ribbon Scarf. Remembering Suzy Seed
I’m going to miss First Lady Michelle Obama immensely for her grace, beauty, loving -momma demeanor toward all Americans. I will equally miss her chic and impeccable sartorial choices. Here’s an image of her wearing Haute Couture Ricardo Tisci for Givenchy. I immediately want to knock off that cape! Thank you, Mrs. O. I started… Read More Everything Changes. #Sewing is Forever.
The learning – it must never stop. Even a self-professed, know-it-all like me must continue to learn and be inspired to sew. So, I binge-watched online sewing classes, and totally neglected the actual sewing. Grey silk tunic, move aside…. Disclaimer: I have no business affiliation with Craftsy. except as a satisfied customer. I’m just giving… Read More The Learning Continues: I Binge Watched 3 Sewing Classes
We move ahead in replicating the grey (or gray) ready-to-wear silk tunic, mentioned in the last post. I’m lifting, so to speak, the “bones” of a pattern and using that information to make something quite different from original intentions by the pattern company. Same bones, but such a different look! Colette Pattern Company’s Sencha Blouse… Read More Grey Silk Tunic, Part 2.Manipulating the Pattern