Saturday, May 16, 2015
Monday, May 4, 2015
Stop by and check them all out! I used the Color Chaos collection which can be found in the Paper Issues store! Grab my code SAYCHEZ on the side bar and save 20% on your total order. Enjoy!
Wednesday, April 29, 2015
Start with the Cecelia Dress Pattern….please know interfacing is not called out to be used for this pattern. I however know what using it can provide to my finished garment, so I chose to add it. I used Light Weight Heat N Bond® Fusible Interfacing on the pocket, the sash and the cuffs of my sleeve. The purpose of interfacing is to provide structure. It helps keep the shape of the pattern piece you use it on. It also helps the fabric from pulling and puckering. I’ve gotten in the habit of using it on all large pockets. I knew I wanted this large pocket to hold my gigantic smart phone. After several hours of wear I didn’t want the pocket to be stretched out and droopy. With interfacing it holds it’s shape and my phone beautifully.
Fabric by Allison Glass
Monday, April 27, 2015
Goo Monday gang! Have you checked out Office Suite by Fancy Pants yet? I am in love with this collection! The color palette is awesome. You can grab some now in the Paper Issues Shop! (details below)
Here are a couple of my favorite pieces from the line..
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Thursday, April 16, 2015
Hey gang! stopping by to share some Easter photos and the dresses I made for Parker and her cousin Hailey. They seriously were ADORABLE. I used the Art Gallery collection called Littlest and I heavily modified the Tilly top by Brownie Goose. The dress had mega twirl potential! They both had their buckets from the POP Shop and matching headbands. They might look back at this 20 years from now and say.."OMG why did my mom dress us matching!!!!" Oh well girls :)