The sweetest/most random newborn quilt that you ever did see

I knew I wanted to make a handmade item that I could give to the baby, but I had never tackled a quilt before. Cutting and sewing in straight lines and squares is not exactly my style. You see, I tend not to do any thing that requires precision or following rules and patterns exactly as … More The sweetest/most random newborn quilt that you ever did see

What I Wore When my Water Broke: our birth story part 1

 What Happened that Day: Dear Liam, You decided to be born on Valentines day. Which makes perfect sense as that is the day we celebrate love. And now we will always celebrate that day and the love that made you and brought you into the world.  Valentines Day was not “the plan.” You were due to come on February … More What I Wore When my Water Broke: our birth story part 1

Selfish Sewing Week: Three Ways to Style a Laurelhurst Cardigan

I am happy to be kicking off this years selfish sewing blog hop, hosted by imagine gnats, Indiesew, and Kollabora! The timing of selfish sewing week was perfect since last weekend Will went on a “dudes hiking trip” up in North Carolina, leaving me to do all kinds of selfish things such as eat all the pizza, watch the entire first season of How … More Selfish Sewing Week: Three Ways to Style a Laurelhurst Cardigan

Byebye Love Bag

I am so excited about my new bag and excited that starting the end of this month I will be teaching a sewing class at a local fabric store in Charleston, Five Eighth Seams! So for all of you Charleston locals who are looking for a new sewing project and don’t know where to start or  looking … More Byebye Love Bag

The Bondi Top

   Happy weekend from yet another beautiful garden here in Charleston. I will never stop being in awe of this beautiful city. In fact this photo was taken on our walk from the car to see a play for Spoleto festival and on the way we passed at least three gardens. But thats not why … More The Bondi Top