Made some fun little Montessori-inspired placemats for my sweet nephew. 1) These little mats were super fun to make 2) They used up a bunch of scraps and 3) I wish I had realized BEFORE I cut them all out that the knife is facing the wrong way. Oops. 4) I’m thinking about putting together a little tutorial on how to make these, with or without a Cricut, which is how I did it. Any takers??
I didn’t do nearly as much sewing this year as I normally do, but I’d say the quality of everything I made is better than previous year’s. Quality over quantity! Some of my favorite garments and a baby quilt made for a very special nephew in my #2017bestnine
I’ve never had a Christmas tree that wasn’t real, but this silver and copper ,table-top sized, honey just needed to come home to camper with me. She’s just the perfect amount of sparkle to fill our tiny house with Christmas cheer. 😍
Seriously loving this dotted Swiss + 1950s housecoat combo. If you’ve never swished around your kitchen in a poofy, tea length robe, you should try it sometime. It’s great.
New blog post is up! Today I’m sharing the me-made dress I’ll be wearing on Christmas and giving some tips on splicing patterns together. The post is linked in my bio!
At least it’s a pretty mess. 🤦🏼♀️ Blog post writing, Etsy listing adding, coffee drinking, Cricut practice and Christmas carol singing happening in my teensy office today. What are you up to this Thursday?