I am so excited, I finally ordered two patterns from Colette Patterns! I ordered the new Ginger skirt and Parfait dress. Honestly I had the hardest time choosing, because I love them all. I though these two pieces would be the perfect start. And I am totally in love with Sarah’s version of the ginger from last weeks The Sew Weekly challenge. And of course the whole reason I was totally inspired was by Mena’s crazy Seven in Seven challenge and was extra excited to get 20% off my order (thanks Mena and Colette Patterns!).
A few of my favorite things found this week in the blog world:
Mena at The Sew Weekly is amazing. I am so in love with her blog and her newest challenge is impressive. The seven in seven challenge is a huge undertaking. Mena is making all seven dress patterns from Colette Patterns in seven days! And there is a discount on Colette Patterns found in the seven in seven challenge postings!
I always enjoy all the sweet projects and photos from Tiny Happy .
I found great fabric from thrift shop and fun patterns from fabric shop. Lots of summer dresses and tank tops in the works. Stay tuned ❤
Thanks again to little lost love for sharing this lovely video.
My son goes to the cutest nursery school with the cutest name, Little Gnome. So I was so excited to make all the children a “Little Gnome” for the holidays. Last year I ordered this adorable pattern from Wee Wonderfuls and made my first stuffed toy. This year I made 10 (6 girls and 5 boys)! The pattern is so much fun to work with and so easy to understand.
One thing I loved about the pattern was using felt. My favorite fabric to work with is felted wool. I used a felted wool skirt for the boys’ body and I used a felted cashmere sweater for the girls’ body. And for the backs I used flannel from old shirts.
After I finished all the gnomes I treated myself to Wee Wonderful’s new book, which is awesome! I plan on making the Koji doll for Jett. I was thinking of making all the kids from the nursery school Koji doll’s for Valentine’s Day, but that might be a bit too ambitious for me. I am also planning on making Jett a super hero cape for Valentine’s Day. I will have to let you know how that goes.
Have a great day and have fun crafting!
PS. Check out my blog post at Roulette Vintage