You should see how much quilting cotton I own. Shelves and shelves. It’s easy to find and to sew, doesn't shift around or stretch when you don’t want it to, and it doesn't require any special sewing tools. Because most my sewing patterns at Tie Dye Diva Patterns are for children’s clothing and designed for … Continue reading Sewing Apparel Fabrics -Don’t Fear the Cuddle!
How about a visit to New York, London, Paris or Rome? All you have to do is wear this tunic and you're there. I didn't even have to leave my back yard. The fabric is a cotton jersey knit and it's super cool and comfortable. You can find it here. I wore this outfit to work … Continue reading Asymmetrical Fashion Trip
Hello sewing world! I'm super excited to be here to share my first sewing project with the Cali & Co. family! Lately I've been having a rayon love affair - I never realized just how comfortable and breathable it is! Where have you been all of my life?! Why did I not know about you … Continue reading A Floral Arum
Hello! I'm Tami Meyer and I'm the designer behind Love Notions Sewing Patterns. I've been sewing since I was 10 but my business was born shortly after my daughter, Mallory. What started out as a necessity from cloth diapering blossomed into a full-scale custom clothing boutique. After 10 years of running that I made the … Continue reading Tami Meyer
Hey there, reader! I'm Becca - Lifestyle Photographer, Wanna-be Fashionista, & Sew-blogger Enthusiast behind Free Notion. I live in Richmond, Virginia, where I frequent Target with a 3 year old super hero escort, bike the city hunting Pokemon with my kindergartner, and end each day, wine-in-hand, watching sub-par movies with my personal foot-warmer husband. I chronicle … Continue reading About Becca
I'm Ashley. I blog over at craftsanctuary.com, mostly about sewing, but occasionally about knitting, travel, and other crafty business. I am a Chicago transplant by way of New York, and I still have dreams about walking through the garment district after work. I started sewing when I was a little girl. I was that weird kid … Continue reading Hello!