February Sewing Plans

Hello February! Good news guys we are one month closer to getting out of this horrible winter weather. I can’t be the only one who is bored of coats, bored of layering and just bored of being cold and miserable.

So January has been a tough month for me sewing wise

5 High Street Destinations for Sewing/Style Inspo

When I first started sewing the thing I found the least inspiring were the covers of sewing patterns. I often found that the fabric choices were questionable and when you’re just trying to get your head round the mechanics of sewing, and the fact you can actual make your own clothes, being

Letters to Cleo

Unless you’ve been living in a very dark cave without access to Instagram, you will have seen the Tilly and the Buttons Cleo. It has been everywhere and rightly so. For me, even before the Cleo entered the sewing world, dungaree dresses have been a wardrobe staple. I had previously made

5 Things I Learnt from my Year of Handmade

Last year was a wonderful year for my handmade wardrobe. I started the year with a few summer dresses and ended the year with enough clothes to wear something handmade everyday.

Here are the five things I learnt from my year of handmade
1. You Can’t/ Don’t Need To Make Everything
When you

Goals and My 2017 Make Nine

Everyone likes to start the year with the hope that it’s a chance to reinvent yourself. The new year  has connotations of being the time where you are able to let go of bad habits and make room for new ones. There has been so much talk recently about how negative