Sewing for Interiors

The reason my family clubbed together to get me an entry level sewing machine was because I’d murmered something about being interested in sewing some cushion covers and blinds for our new flat. 18 months later following serious procraftination, with a coat, a pair of jeans, a lined jacket, countless skirts and dresses, I finallyContinue reading “Sewing for Interiors”

Sew Over It. City Break E Book. My Capsule Wardrobe.

It’s all well and good making posh frocks, I am guilty of this, Etta and Eve dresses hang proudly in my wardrobe. Sadly my lifestyle calls for these to be worn only on the odd occasion, and considering the investment per wear, I set about making an everyday, wearable wardrobe. My starting point was TheContinue reading “Sew Over It. City Break E Book. My Capsule Wardrobe.”

Minerva Crafts Blog: Eve Dress Hack Wrap Top

For my Minerva Crafts Blog project this month, I hacked the Eve Dress Pattern, into a wrap blouse, I like to get the most of a pattern and I’m pleased to say my first pattern hack was a success. Pattern: Sew Over It Eve Dress Fabric: Georgette Fabric Notions: None. Modifications: Bodice from the packetContinue reading “Minerva Crafts Blog: Eve Dress Hack Wrap Top”

The Ogden Cami 3 Ways

The True Bias Ogden Cami has soon become my tried and tested pattern, it is very similiar to some Topshop cami’s I have been wearing on rotation for about 5 years, the pattern is truly worth the hype and I’ll continue to keep making them. So here’s the Ogden Cami three ways. It’s a veryContinue reading “The Ogden Cami 3 Ways”

Sewing A Winter Coat

After spending hours making the Etta Dress, shamefully I have only worn it once. Even though I loved wearing it, knowing that I’d made it myself, it got me thinking about making a more wearable everyday handmade wardrobe. Before launching into buying loads of fabric and patterns, I spent some time thinking about what makesContinue reading “Sewing A Winter Coat”