2021 was a year of sewing fails. And that’s okay. Let’s normalize that. Here’s what went well (and what didn’t) in 2021.
The Posie knit top is a nice intro to Style Arc patterns if you’re scared about their terse instructions. Here’s my take, mistakes included.
I’m late to the Emerson pants game, but you know what’s always relevant? Trying to fit pants on a petite pear body. Can petite pears wear cropped culottes? Yes.
I’ve been on the hunt for a slouchy button-up shirt pattern, so I decided to give McCall’s M8001 a shot. Here’s my review.
After binge-watching Netflix’s Next in Fashion, I fell in love with Minju Kim and Angel Chen’s designs. I decided try to add a dash of their aesthetic to my closet by sewing the Saraste top from Named.
I took on a huge project recently: overhauling my mom’s sewing room from a cluttered catch-all room to a space where she can escape to craft to her heart’s content. It wasn’t easy.
The road to owning a button-up shirt I like brought me to McCall’s M7629 pattern — and a battle with fit and buttonholes.