As my husband and I were getting ready for big trip to Europe I realized I was sewing up a bunch of pieces for myself and nothing for him. He didn’t notice this at all so when I told him I wanted to sew up a shirt for him to wear on our trip he…… Continue reading Seamwork’s Eugene Henley: I made it, he wore it!
Yes, another Seamwork Magazine pattern. I was just gifted a subscription from my sister for my birthday a couple months ago so I can’t help myself. 😉 Anyway, Wembley has caused me some troubles which is unfortunate because I thought it was going to be super easy. 😦 It really isn’t Wembley’s fault though. It…… Continue reading Wembley Cardigan by Seamwork Magazine
Who doesn’t love a free pattern?? I got to know the lovely Helen of Valentine & Stitch during the #sewapril17 challenge and I’m so happy that I did! Not only is Helen super friendly and kind but she and her husband are talented pattern designers so of course I was delighted when she announced that…… Continue reading Lotus by Valentine & Stitch – Free Pattern!
I did it. I pledged. 🙂 I’m not quite done with the Wardrobe Architect Series – I have yet to edit my closet but I will and Me Made May is just an extra little push for me to get it done. Here is my pledge: I, Kelly of http://www.sewingunaffiliated.wordpress.com and @sewingunaffiliated, sign up as a…… Continue reading Me Made May 2017
Oh Weston, what fun you were… 🙂 This was my first time sewing up adult sized shorts! I don’t typically buy shorts and I’m not really into the current short trends. I do have one pair of linen shorts that I bought out of desperation while I was traveling in Italy. The heat was getting…… Continue reading Weston Shorts by Seamwork Magazine
My inspiration for sewing this dress up was an episode of the show Schitt’s Creek (Yes, it’s pronounced just how you think 😉 ). Have you heard of it? It’s a show about a very well-to-do family from Hollywood who lost everything and had to go live in a motel in a town called Schitt’s…… Continue reading Self-Drafted Off-the-Shoulder Dress aka Bardot Dress!
I’m very happy to say that I finished my Ariane Slip and it is so delicate and sexy! I didn’t necessarily envision it that way but it was a nice little surprise. I originally wanted to sew this up as a camisole but decided to go for the slip instead because I thought I could…… Continue reading Araine Slip by Seamwork Magazine – A Review