Novice Painting Tips Inspired

By |2018-04-02T06:45:18+00:00April 2nd, 2018|Today's Fashion, Uncategorized|

Hancock Fabric in 2004, I was horrified when someone would ask me to help them pick decor fabric. I would start by asking the customer to describe their home. French Tudor, contemporary or traditional home. I had no idea and would simply say to my customer, “What did you gravitate to first? That’s the one!”

My […]

Sewing Novelty Print Dress Round Up

By |2018-03-19T18:33:43+00:00March 19th, 2018|1950s Style Fashion, 1960s Style Fashion, Indie Patterns|

Novelty prints are so much fun to wear because they scream, hey I like this. Whether it be fabric with pizza, dogs, tacos, cats, unicorns, beer or licensed prints they can spark conversion.  A lot of my events are in the summer where I can be found sewing outside at festivals. I have been making […]

Help! I Need a Purple Something, Shirt, Dress Hack!

By |2017-11-27T06:13:26+00:00November 27th, 2017|1970s Style Fashion|

When I decided to go all natural my color palates changed. They went from red and teal to hot pink, navy blue, purple, plum, black, blue grey and gold. I love color and it means I need to make more clothing! This dress is almost the same concept as last weeks blog post, the nursing […]