15 Minute Infinity Scarf Tutorial

The weather around here has been ridiculously warm for Wisconsin winter, but I know it's just a matter of time before the other shoe drops and it gets COLD. Cozy clothes to the rescue!  This super quick and easy infinity scarf tutorial is perfect for flannel fabric. Stay warm and add a stylish accessory to … Continue reading 15 Minute Infinity Scarf Tutorial

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Wear to Where: Date Night!

With four littles at home, date night out is a rarity. So when it happens, I need to get my CUTE on! I want to wear heels and something beyond the usual jeans and T-shirt. I want to look good for my guy! When the adorable and amazingly talented Katy of Wild + Wanderful asked … Continue reading Wear to Where: Date Night!

Not just a T-shirt

It seems a bit ironic that right after I posted about my upgraded mom uniform, I post another T-shirt. But you know, old habits die hard. And truth be told, this is so much better than your average T-shirt. I mean, for one, it's a Union St. Tee (hello.... love the Union St. Tee!). And secondly, … Continue reading Not just a T-shirt

Momiform MAKEover – elevating the handmade mom uniform

If you come to my house on any given day, most likely you'll find me in jeans and a T-shirt, with a cardigan thrown over top in cold weather. I spend most of my days chasing after my four ever-moving boys, plus homeschooling, so I need to be comfy. Back in my teaching days, I … Continue reading Momiform MAKEover – elevating the handmade mom uniform

Gwen Dress Test for Pattern Anthology

Pattern Anthology has recently released their latest pattern bundle, Unbiased. In it are four dress and top patterns, designed to flatter women of all sizes. I tested the Gwen, and wanted to share the dress version that I sewed. There are many options in this pattern, and for this version I sewed the dress with … Continue reading Gwen Dress Test for Pattern Anthology

Wide Neck Tee for Remix the Stitch

My sweet friend Kimberly at Straight Stitch Designs is celebrating the one year anniversary of her pattern shop! She has accomplished so much in the last year. I've been such a fan of her patterns - I've sewn the Capitol Hill, the Ballard and the Greenwood, and I've loved every.single.one. So when Kimberly invited me to be a part … Continue reading Wide Neck Tee for Remix the Stitch

Easy T-shirt Dress Tutorial

My basic everyday uniform is a t-shirt and jeans. In the summer, though, I love to switch it up and wear t-shirt dresses, so I can pretend I'm not being as lazy with my wardrobe as I actually am. So when Melissa invited me to join in on her 30 Days of Sundresses series, I … Continue reading Easy T-shirt Dress Tutorial

The Honest Truth of a Handmade Wardrobe

If you've been following me on Instagram at all this month, you've probably noticed a trend. Along with many other sewing friends, I embraced the challenge of Me Made May: wear handmade clothes every day of May. And then take a slew of awkward selfies and let the world see just how dirty your mirrors … Continue reading The Honest Truth of a Handmade Wardrobe

Greenwood Tank: a wardrobe staple

I've been thinking to myself lately how much I needed a good knit tank pattern. Luckily for me, Straight Stitch Designs (affiliate link) is releasing the Greenwood Tank today! Warning: if you sew one Greenwood Tank, you will be unable to stop and will need to sew more. As part of the testing team, I've already sewn three! … Continue reading Greenwood Tank: a wardrobe staple

Unlocking a New Sewing Level [a pattern review]

With each baby I've carried, my body has changed a little bit. My hips have grown wider, my belly softer - marked with stripes that are the evidence of these little loves. But this ever-changing body has also produced an ever-changing wardrobe. Under my bed I have clothing for every stage: pre-baby, post-baby, post-post baby. Because … Continue reading Unlocking a New Sewing Level [a pattern review]