Tag Archives: handmade wardrobe

My husband and I love thrifting and along the way we have come across some wonderful vintage fabrics. Last summer we were traveling in Bend, Oregon and happened upon an estate sale where I found some bags and bins filled with vintage fabrics and sewing notions. After digging through them I pulled out several cuts […]

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When I began sewing clothes in August, I put down my knitting needles and became a bit obsessed with sewing. This weekend as we prepared to drive across the state to see our son compete in his final state speech and debate meet, I decided to find something new to knit! I ordered the Curls […]

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I’ve become quite obsessed with sewing and discovered I’ve not only inspired my mother-in-law but I’ve also inspired my two step-sons. Last week my oldest son asked me if I would teach him to sew and immediately the younger of the two said he wanted to learn too. The next day I was shopping online for […]

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My husband brought me a $3 Pendleton wool pleated skirt from an estate sale and I promptly took a seam ripper to it, pressed both large pieces of fabric and made myself the Scout Tee by Grainline Studios. I love the texture the lines from the pleats add to the overall look of the top. […]

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I’m in love with Colette Patterns and Robert Kaufman cotton flannels. I’m not a big fan of collared shirts because on my petite frame they rarely fit like they should so I decided to make the Aster blouse using Crimson from the Robert Kaufman Mammoth Flannel Collection. It’s one of my new favorites!  

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