Elizabeth stands in a deep blue sweater made of a soft sweater knit. The sweater is sewn from the Fibre Mood Clara pattern. Elizabeth stands in front of a lush green wooded area.
Collabs | Patterns

Fibre Mood Clara Top

I’m so excited to share this top with you today. This is my first time sewing with Fibre Mood to help promote their newest patterns (released today as Issue 11 of FibreMood Magazine). This is my second Fibre Mood pattern to work with, after the Mindy Dress, and I’ve been so impressed with the quality and design of their patterns.

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Elizabeth stands in front of a field of grass, wearing a camel colored hat and a t-shirt dress made out of a cable knit sweater look french terry fabric in a sage cream and cream color scheme
Collabs | Fabric

RCF Fall Promo Drop

Big news – I’ve joined the Raspberry Creek Fabrics Promo Team for 2020! I’ve admired Raspberry Creek Fabrics for so long, and I’m so excited to join their blogger team and enjoy their fabrics this year! My first chance to sew with them was the Fall 2020 Fabric Drop – and I went IN.

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Elizabeth stands on the grass during golden hour wearing a pair of light colored handmade denim jeans, a red and white striped tanktop, and white converse tennishoes. In the background are trees and bushes. Her stance leans slightly to her left, and her right arm is bent upwards, keeping her hair out of her face.
Patterns

4th of July Ashton Top

While a bright red, white, and blue color palette has never been quite my style, 2020 left me feeling less boldly patriotic than ever. this 4th of July I’m sharing my thoughts on 2020, being a US citizen, and my new Ashton Top (made for celebrating the 4th of July) on the blog today.

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Elizabeth, a white female, is seen wearing an Amy Nicole Studio Chelsea Party Dress that she sewed from a Teal Tropics crepe rayon in a bold pink floral print on a teal background with palm leaves. She is wearing a straw beach hat, standing in front of large, leafy banana plants, and holding a glass of sangria.
Fabric

June Monthly Make My Stash – Tropical Chelsea Dress

So I’ve been a little behind on showing you what I’ve been making, but I HAVE been making! And honestly, I’ve really been in my element with my me-made items lately – I am very much a summertime girl, and if you’ve been following me for any length of time you’re probably aware that flirty, feminine silhouettes and bright colors and bold florals are some of my favorite things. This dress (and many of the things I’ve made recently) has ALL of that!!

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