My project for the next few weeks (maybe months...). 😍 I've wanted an antique quilt on our bed for years and when my mom reminded me that we had used this incredible 1930's, hand sewn, quilt top at my wedding, I was elated. Not looking forward to sewing a border onto the hexagonal edges but I can't wait to finish it. It'll finally get the live and use it deserves!
Today I have been mindless sewing. No patterns, no instructions, I didn't even have a plan when I started cutting, I just knew they had to be square. Loving how these ticking pillow shams turned out. Ticking never lets me down. What've you free sewn lately??
When I found this darling nesting doll fabric I bought extra so I could make something with it to sell and keep some for myself. These darling pillowcases were just added to my Etsy shop! Link in bio.
New blog post up today about this great racer back dress I recently made. Pattern is @mccallpatterncompany #m6955 and the fabric is by @gertie18 . Link to post in bio!
I don't claim to be a quilter. My points never quite match up and I stick firmly to squares. But when your sister is about to have a baby boy and you've been saving a piece of fabric for a decade specifically for a baby in the family, you make a darn quilt. Can't wait to see baby boy wrapped up in it!
Not the greatest picture, because I took it at midnight five minutes before I frantically wrapped it and packed my bags for a weekend trip. Buuuuuut, baby clothes are surprisingly difficult to make. Such small armsyces! Made using the lullaby layette by @oliverands and fabrics by @birchfabrics. Trim, pattern and fabric all purchased at @boltandspool. Made for our cousin's new little girl on their next sail boat trip. Ahoy!