Hey guys! It's been almost a year since I last posted. I thought I'd leave an update of my new home, www.wefthem.com. I'm going to leave these posts up on pinkingseams, but be sure to come visit my new space.
This little number here is a modified Scout pattern. I shamefully ripped off of Jens' - the brainchild of Grainline Studios - tunic version she made a while back. I loved her variation so much that when I found fabric (rayon, my favorite of all fabrics) that looked similar to hers I snatched it up knowing exactly the crime/compliment I would commit. Don't judge me.
We are so close to spring I can hardly stand it. I prematurely sewed up this pink tissue-knit top in preparation for warmer weather. I think that's basically all I've been wanting to sew lately, anything that prepares me for warmer weather. I'm not talking about summer days, I just want temperatures to be above 40, it's not like I'm asking for the moon here.
Oh this simple, yet oh so flattering Hemlock Tee from Grainline Studio. The bonus is that it's free, but I'd totally pay for this pattern.
This dress is my dream dress. I could wear grey sweater EVERYDAY. Victory Patterns, thank you for allowing a fleece blanket to become an acceptable form of casual day wear. Is that sad? Am I really admitting that wearing sweater fleece outside of my home is what I want to wear in life? Victory Pattern's Lola dress is off the chain, though.
Listen, I'm not going to make excuses about these images. I was messing with my camera's settings and ran out of daylight. Ugh. These were not the images I wanted to use. I'll tell you what though, I think I'm getting better at the whole trinity combo settings on my dslr.