My daughter Gabby fell head over heels for this dress when she spied it on our ‘Checks’ Pinterest board. And then THIS gorgeous Italian crinkle linen arrived – Ottavio Crinkle – and her pattern/fabric stars aligned to create this gorgeous...
When we get a pattern that we really like, we find ourselves using it again and again, playing with color and fabric to create as many different garments from it as we possibly can. But did you know that with a little bit of creative pattern hacking, you can make small design changes to your
This is such an easy dress to make that it only takes 2 hours! I made it more than a year ago from fabric I bought at JoAnn's for $2 per yard. The fabric is a light weight knit without much stretch at all. The dress is really versatile. It can be worn alone or over pants and a shirt. The tie belt ca
One of my pattern testers recently posted on IG that she has made FOUR (!!!) Lou Box Dress 1’s and that each of them feels completely different. First off, I love hearing when someone has made one of my patterns more than once. It fills me up with warm, gooey feelings. In a good way. :) Second
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