I sewed this sweatshirt up about a year ago and shared it over on the Minerva website, but I wasn’t sure that I would ever post it here on my own blog. These photos are from right after we went into the first round of COVID lockdowns, and looking back at these photos brings back the anxiety and out of place feelings I had at the time. I didn’t feel like myself and was just trying to hold it all together from day to day! However, I still really like this sweatshirt as a comfy and cute piece to wear at home, so I figured it deserves a second to shine here!
In the past few years, I’ve had the pleasure of travelling overseas for a few weeks at a time, both times during the cooler months of winter. My husband and I love to travel and see as much as we can when we travel, so I normally try to plan out a strategic wardrobe that will fit into one suitcase and can be washed and reworn frequently. This typically means LEGGINGS. So I finally made some… And they were an adventure.
Have you ever fallen so in love with a fabric or pattern that you just think of it constantly? That was me with this pencil skirt for about a year. I saw this fabric on Minerva back in January 2018, and couldn’t stop thinking about it ever since. Once I finally got my hands on some, I struggled!!
Merry Christmas! I’m sharing my first ever set of me-made family Christmas jammies on the blog today! Christmas jammies is one of my favorite holiday traditions, and it was so special to share it with my husband and tiny girl this year! I’ve got all the details on our matching set (hint – there are SLOTHS) as well as some pretty stinking cute photos. Whether you are reading this today or sometime after, I hope you all enjoy a fantastic and peaceful day with those you love!