KCW: Doli Tank + Field Study Linen


When I ripped open this package at the bus stop last week while waiting for K to arrive, I already had plans for my new Field Study Linen. But K had plans too. With about 3 seconds of thought she demanded her own Doli Tank made out of the feather print. Given that I looooove […]

You Can’t Judge a Pattern by Its Cover!

Well, in this case you can. I got a sweet invite from the girls over at Simple Simon & Co to participate in their “You can’t judge an ugly vintage pattern by its cover” challenge.  And man, there are some humdingers.  But this isn’t one of them.  You see, I think they might’ve messed up […]

The Outfits of Easter Past

We’ve done quite a bit of Easter-y apparel, and it seemed fitting to round it up in one post. Susan’s going to be making Big Bow Dresses this year, even though the willingness of her six-year-old to wear a Big Bow Dress is yet to be determined. It’ll surely be captured for posterity if/when it […]

The Narita Dress: A New Pattern!

    I am so happy to finally be releasing a new pattern.  It only took me months and months to get this one out but I am very proud of it. Like the Greenpoint Cardigan, the Narita Dress is a digitally drawn pattern with fully illustrated instructions that is delivered to your email in […]

If a Quilt Could Be The Last Quilt Ever

So, I might be done blogging. Every once in a while I see something so beautiful that I think “Well, it’s not that I feel like I have to top that, but if there’s already something so beautiful and amazing in the world then I can just look at that– all day every day– and […]

AMH Easter Dresses

I’ve seen so many gorgeous Easter dresses this week!  It’s the best time of year to be a blog-reader sewing for little girls :)    Here’s what I came up with.  Just simple sundresses with ruffle sleeves.  I let the gorgeous AMH print do the heavy lifting. Little sister’s has bloomers (made with a slightly […]