Ladies and Gentlemen, I’m once again pleased to announce that my husband and I welcomed a darling daughter into the world last week. (Please ignore the blue sleeve cuffs. All of our tiny newborn clothes are hand-me-downs from a family that had two boys!) And, just as before, our little family is doing well. Labor was… Continue reading It’s a Girl! Again!
Happy New Year everyone! We celebrated by visiting Chihuly Garden and Glass in Seattle on New Year’s Eve, and I thought this photo I took of their glass flowers was a perfect fireworks display to usher in the new year here on the blog. As 2016 begins I would be remiss if I didn’t reflect back on… Continue reading Reflecting on 2015
Happy New Year, everyone! I love that January 1st brings with it the feeling of a fresh start. I can’t even tell you how excited I am for 2015. Though 2014 was crazy, I think 2015 is going to be even crazier – in all the best ways! Lots of life stuff happened this year.… Continue reading Here’s to 2015!
Recently, the sewing world and the scientific world united in celebration over Seamstress Erin getting her Ph.D. With her degree in hand, Erin’s had a bit of time to reflect on how important sewing and knitting and quilting and crochet and… well, you get the point… were to getting her to the end of graduate school. So, she’s putting together… Continue reading Pleat Hem Dart – PhDs and Sewing
Ladies and gentlemen, I’m pleased to announce that my husband and I welcomed a darling daughter into the world last week. Yes, despite the fact that the vote was for a boy by a small majority, 14 to 11, she turned out to be a little girl! I guess I’ll be needing to finish that… Continue reading It’s a Girl! // Resewlution: Keep Sewing with a Little One
Okay, so we’re just about two weeks into 2014. How’s everyone doing getting started on their new year’s sewing resolutions? Or, should I say, “resewlutions”?! Getting a good first tackle on those resewlutions is something I want to focus on this month. I’m throwing it into the Science of Sewing thing I started last year since… Continue reading Resewlutions
As 2013 comes to a close, I can’t help but jump on Gillian of Crafting a Rainbow‘s “Top 5” craze that’s going around the sewing internets. Unfortunately, one of the things that has been impacted the most by this pregnancy in the last two months is my grasp on creative writing. Seriously, these days when… Continue reading Reflecting on 2013
My husband and I recently went on a short trip – a babymoon, if you will – to Alaska. We were on the hunt for aurora. We chose a long weekend as close to a new moon and the equinox as our schedules would allow, two criteria we’d heard improve one’s chances of seeing the… Continue reading An Aurora in Voile
Hey hey hey – guess what?! I’m hanging out with the talented and fabulous Erin of Seamstress Erin today over on her blog. Head over there and read all about my evolution in thinking about sewing and style. Here’s to hoping I really will be able to look back over many, many, many years of… Continue reading Sewing and Style: My Interview with Seamstress Erin
The next few months I’m sewing along with Lynda Maynard. A bunch of other talented seamsters and I have joined up to learn how to fit using Lynda Maynard’s Sew the Perfect Fit class on Craftsy. Here’s a reflection on my efforts to sew well. In this week’s lesson, Lynda walked us through how to… Continue reading Wednesdays with Lynda: Fitting Standards