This cross back apron pattern for adults and kids is available now in my shop, Sew in Love Patterns. It comes in six sizes, and is a fun and easy project for all skill levels. Take a look at some of aprons made by the Sew in Love community.
What a historical moment we are experiencing right now. Across the globe, there’s feelings of uncertainty, worry and probably a little boredom. As a lover of all thing slow and handmade, here’s how I have been coping with social distancing.
I made my own ruffle sleeve dress pattern after being inspired by a $175 Madewell dress. It had a v-neck line, dropped shoulders and a cute ruffle sleeve…and I thought, I can make that!
Among my growing collection of Japanese dress patterns, Yoshiko Tsukiori’s Sweet Dress Book is a favourite. I’ve just made a pink version of her perfect daytime dress. I have a feeling you’ll start to love her sewing patterns too!
It’s our first Christmas since we moved into our newly built home. We also happen to be hosting the family Christmas party this year, so it’s safe to say, I’m rather excited about DIY Christmas decorations!
Of course, it’s easy to get carried away and buy disposable, plastic decorations. But as much as possible, I wanted to make my own Christmas decorations this year using natural materials.