Winter lasts a long time here (even though I live in the most southerly part of Canada), so by this point in the year, I’m ready for a change. Since I can’t change the weather, I change my wardrobe! At the start of March, I moved my wintery-coloured clothes out of my closet, and put … More Sew Over It Heather Dress for Spring!
I can’t even count how many times I’ve used the Sew Over It Shift Dress since I bought it in October – maybe 4 dresses and 2 coatigans? This time it’s a sleeveless version, modelled on a cold, windy, snowy day… but it’s all about this fabulous fabric! Please note the snow in the background. … More All About the Fabric
***Oops! I meant to schedule this, not actually post it! Merry Christmas, everyone!!!*** It’s supposed to be winter here.. but instead, grass is starting to grow, and I’m frolicking around in my newest coatigan! This latest version is a puffy quilted knit, which has quite a lot of stuffing in between soft cottony layers. (It’s … More One Last Coatigan for 2015!
Remember this post in October when I was avoiding FBA-ing a shift dress and sewing a leather clutch for an upcoming family wedding? Well, I bit the bullet on both (the wool jacket is yet to be started though) and here is the result! The dress is my third Sew Over It Ultimate Shift dress (1, … More Wedding Guest Wear
Yup. It’s ANOTHER shift dress! How could I say no to this awesome plaid knit? Such a big print cried out to be something with few seams, and I think (hope?) the short hem keeps the print from being overwhelming. It just had to be a shift dress! I’m pretty casual about print matching, but … More Plaid Shift Dress
I’ve been on a mission to find a TNT shift dress pattern lately, and I think I’ve cracked it! The pattern is the Sew Over It shift dress, more or less. My muslin showed that the sleeve head is way to tall with too much ease for a knit dress, so I recut the armscye … More Sparkly Shift Dress