Happy Sunday everyone! I’m currently in Vermont visiting a friend and knitting up a storm in her beautiful farmhouse, aka my all-time life fantasy. Thank you so much for your input last week on puppy training; Harry comes home in a week so I’m near frantic trying to get my house/heart/brain ready for the responsibility. I hope you’re having a lovely day wherever you are!
This sequin sweatshirt from Amanda just became a necessary wardrobe luxury.
Love this simple vintage jacket from Made by Meg.
This very pretty Liberty Granville shirt by Sew Pomona reminded me I wanted to tackle this pattern this spring.
Everything A Challenging Sew makes turns me into a drooling dummy; this gorgeous jacket is no exception.
Mainely Dad did what Nick and Schmidt failed to do on New Girl: make the ultimate swuit. This sweatsuit suit is EVERYTHING.
Speaking swuits…. I need to make contrast Hudson pants like Suzy, stat.
This outfit from Sallie Oh is basically how I want to look every day it’s even remotely chilly.
Did Maimu make the ultimate Ginger jeans ever? Perhaps. Perhaps.
A little Courreges pattern history for you…..
Adored this post from While She Naps this week: “Craft is art gone productive. It’s art you can stand on or drink tea from or lie underneath. Craft is art you can stir lentil soup with.”
A great essay on the power of knitting.
Congrats to Jeanne Stetzer for winning the Blackbird Fabric giveaway! I’ve forwarded your contact info along to Caroline!