Tag Archives: slow fashion

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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Most days when I’m sewing Shane is busy cooking in the kitchen. He’s not only supportive and encouraging, but very curious about what I’m doing coming over often and asking questions. On multiple occasions he has commented that perhaps he might like to learn to sew. On Friday he got the 1927 Singer tuned up […]

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During the holidays my husband happened upon this wonderful Birch Fabrics 100% organic cotton canvas while we were shopping at The Confident Stitch. He commented he would like to have a jacket made out of the fabric or use the fabric as a lining in a jacket. The cotton canvas would be too heavy as […]

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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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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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