Last week I shared a deer of a skirt made with Hotel Frederikstead, and it got so much love! It reeked of girly, shabby chic style, and it’s definitely going to be a favorite. If you didn’t get a chance to read about it, you can catch up HERE. Today I’m here to share an…
One of the things I love about the internet and social media is that every once in awhile you meet people that you really connect with. You have things in common, like sewing, or the love of food, and you just mesh. And sometimes, if you’re really blessed, you get to meet those people in real life (and prove to your husband that they aren’t serial killers or something crazy). I met my friend Johnna last year through a mutual friend/food blogger (Hi, Debi!), and when she comes in town, we meet at our favorite allergy-friendly bakery and just have a blast.
One of the fun opportunities I’ve had as the assistant at Izzy & Ivy Designs is to dabble further into the art of the pattern hack. Don’t get me wrong…I really love sewing the patterns as written. They each have their own unique details and everything, but sometimes you just want to sew something fresh and kick things up a notch. So today I’m showing off a maxified version of the Emory Dress! It’s really pretty easy and I hope that you’ll try it for your sweet girl!
A simple tutorial for adding long sleeves to the Izzy & Ivy Evie Dress.