Okay, so the whole ‘shepherdess’ thing is just a ruse. If you find me in the barn, odds are I’m spending some quality time with the Sawzall. That truck won’t modify itself afterall! Oh yeah, and I made that satin skirt. Stop by the Willow Homestead if you want to read about it.
From undies to mop caps, aren’t we a great diverse group of sewers?! If you’re not too sleepy, stop over at the Willow Homestead for a DIY look at a perfectly flouncy, ridiculously moppy cap to wear over your pins and rollers while you snooze. And if you’re not sleepy now, this tutorial may just [...]
Just in time for all the holiday parties (how many, exactly, do I think I’m going to host this season?), I finished my December apron! If you’re interested, I’m hosting an apron challenge over at my blog, Willow Homestead. This month was made from a remnant of taffeta with flocked – yes, flocked, how cool [...]
‘Tis the season (in Wisconsin anyways) to dig through those piles of wool yardage. Using two Hollywood Patterns (1585 and 1898) from the late 1940s, I just finished up a matching skirt and tie-front top. Okay, so the top won’t keep me very warm, but being a red and green plaid, this skirt will work [...]