Hi everybody! Today I’ll be talking about one of my new favorite patterns, the Jennifer Lauren Handmade Gable top. It’s described as a classic 50s-inspired true slash neckline, a long-line body for extra comfort and three different sleeve options. Read on for more info!Continue reading
Hi everybody! I recently had to organize all of my sewing things and came across SOOOO many PDFs that I had completely forgot about. Before BlueGingerDoll dropped off the face of the sewing world, I purchased the Anne top. My other forgotten top is also called Ann, that has ruching on the sides, which I received for free through signing up for Style Arc emails…3 years ago. Keep reading for additional details!
Hello all! My Mother in Law asked if I can make a dress for her that she could wear to a wedding Memorial Day weekend. Of course I jumped at the opportunity since I want to learn how to sew for different body types. Read on for more pics and info.
Hello all! This is my second version of the Moxie Verity dress. My first was sleeveless with a split cowl neck and I loved how cozy it was. Of course I immediately had to make another, which I did…in December. I’m also going to share my Tilly and the Buttons Coco dress from Christmas. Read on for more info!
Y’all…this pattern is most definitely a NEVER AGAIN. My face says it all. The construction to a point was really straightforward until you get to the sleeves. Holy crap. How do you even make this dress?! I’ll still wear it because I adore the print but never again.
HI EVERYBODY! This is my final post of 2015 and what a year this has been. I promised myself earlier this year that I would try to sew more and I’m happy to say that I have. 24 new outfits added to my overflowing closet this year alone! I’m going to double that number in 2016.
Hooray for separates! This coming year I’m going to sew less dresses and focus on separate pieces. This is the first official one, the BlueGingerDoll Violet skirt. Made from blurple crushed panne, it’s soft, flowy and comfortable.