Reviewing jeggings fabric from L’Oiseau, and some tips on sewing leggings!

Since I decided to sew and wear more tunics this fall, I need some truly opaque leggings. I don’t know why this is such a hard thing to find in RTW or fabric stores! Currently, my only pair of public-worthy leggings-as-pants are some jeggings I made with fabric I found locally. (It was $5/m, so … More Reviewing jeggings fabric from L’Oiseau, and some tips on sewing leggings!

Instagram Vs. Blogging: Which is better for building a community?

Through the process of bringing the Sewcialists back to life, it’s been interesting to see the pros and cons of Instagram vs. blogging. I thought it would be neat to start a discussion about it here – and I’d love to know your perspectives in the comments! Let’s go behind the veil, shall we? I … More Instagram Vs. Blogging: Which is better for building a community?

Four Cardigan Hacks

This post originally appeared on the Curvy Sewing Collective for Pattern Hacking Month in August 2017, but I know not all of my readers are curvy and follow that site, so I wanted to repost it here!  Is there anything more versatile than a cardigan? Winter, summer, at the office or on a breezy evening, … More Four Cardigan Hacks

Super Simple Basics

This is an outfit so simple I almost didn’t blog it… but basics TNTs are the core of my wardrobe, so let’s take a look at my newest combination! After sewing tunics for my mom, I decided I needed one myself. This is a Hey June Santa Fe, lengthened as much as my fabric would … More Super Simple Basics