3/19/19

Riley Blake Designs Confetti Cottons


Some girls love diamonds, others love pearls....this girl? Piggy's! I've lost count of how many little stuffed pigs she has and she's always wanted a pet pig. Since the pet pig is out, I figured it only fair that I make her a pig dress!

3/15/19

My Unicorn by Riley Blake Designs


I have been so excited for this line to come out from Riley Blake Designs! It's called My Unicorn by Kelly Panacci and it's just magical! I'm in love with the colors and that Navy floral print is my absolute favorite!

Suit Up For Summer Raspberry Creek Fabrics Day 5


Today's the last day of the Suit Up For Summer swim tour that I'm co-hosting with Tami from Sew Sophie Lynn for Raspberry Creek Fabrics new swim line! There are over 50 swim suits showcased on this tour and something for everyone, so make sure you check out all the participants. They've all done such an incredible job!

The main stops for today are:

3/14/19

Suit Up For Summer Raspberry Creek Fabrics Day 4


It's day 4 of the Suit Up For Summer swim tour
Yesterday was filled with a little bit for everyone. We had some kid suits along with womens and some mens swim trunks too! If you missed it, don't worry! All the links are at the bottom of this post!
You can catch today's inspiration here:
Made By Kates / Margarita on the Ross / That's Sew Kari / Auschick Sews

3/13/19

Suit Up For Summer Raspberry Creek Fabrics Day 3


I can't believe we're already half way through the Suit Up For Summer swim tour!  
Today's post is a bit longer because I'm writing the process on how this suit came to be and a little of my adventure making it, so lets crack on!
You will also see some gorgeous and adorable inspiration from these bloggers today!
Mabey She Made It / Little Fish ApparelPear Berry Lane / Heather Handmade

3/12/19

Suit Up For Summer Raspberry Creek Fabrics Day 2


We're on to day 2 of the Suit Up For Summer swim tour!  
Today we have some amazing inspiration from:
Kainara Stitches / Sincerely Shantelle / We Sew Got This / Lily Shine Creates
and in case you missed yesterday, don't worry! All the links are at the bottom of this post along with discount codes from some of our sponsors! 

3/11/19

Suit Up For Summer Raspberry Creek Tour


Welcome to the second installment of the Suit Up For Summer Swim Tour!  A couple years ago Tami from Sew Sophie Lynn and I put together the first tour and figured it would be the perfect thing to try and drive the winter weather away this year! 
Each day this week we'll be sharing a swimsuit made from Raspberry Creek Fabrics new swim line along with links to some amazing bloggers to give you some inspiration for your summer suits. There are also some discount codes to some awesome pattern companies, so make sure you read down to the end! 

3/10/19

Boy's Can Wear Pink 5


I can't believe we're on the 5th season of Boy's Can Wear Pink! When it started, this kiddo was only 2!
Although I've only ever photographed Jude for this series, Gavin also wears pink and you can catch some of his outfits out on my Instagram.

2/27/19

Fat Quarter Bundle Quilt using the Cricut Maker

*This post was sponsored by Cricut and contains affiliate links. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

One of my big goals this year is to make my family all new blankets. When I first got my sewing machine 15 years ago, I focused almost exclusively on quilts, so my kids all have mum-made baby blankets. Me and my husband still use the first Queen size quilt I ever made for us too. I'm horribly embarrassed by that thing, but my husband loves it and it's still a blanket, soooo.....here we are.

2/11/19

Caticorn Novelty by Riley Blake Designs


 Although my oldest two girls have finally hit the stage that dresses are not their style, they're still very much into magical creatures, so this print was exactly up their alley! Originally I had planned to make a dress for Paisley and a skirt for one of the other two, but once it came, they were all begging for a quilt and I just couldn't say no! It worked out wonderfully because when all was said and done, I still had enough fabric left over to make a dress as well as the quilt!