In my introductory Sew Your Kibbe Challenge post, I proposed several guidelines for choosing your patterns. I thought it would be helpful to post a couple of example capsules. All of these are possible capsules I’m debating using for my personal challenge this year. I’m pretty busy this month, but due to the magic of … More Sew Your Kibbe Challenge: Soft Natural Capsule Examples
I’m pretty sure that the title of this post should come as no surprise given the past three months worth of posts about Kibbe and his style IDs. I’ve just completed posting the main series yesterday morning, and after having gone through all of the Kibbe types in such detail, I’m more certain than ever … More 2019: Sew Your Kibbe Challenge!
With the mindset of focusing more on sewing on this blog, I’ve decided to break up my look back at last year’s goals and my look forward to plans for 2019. My upcoming plans will be posted on the 31st, as is my tradition January 1 (because I need to finish my Sew Your Kibbe … More Sewing Goals 2018 – How Did I Do?
As often happens this time of year, I’m pretty burnt out. Post-nationals is always when the feelings of exhaustion rush in, even when I’m not skating! It seems that, even when I “take a year off” I’m still just as entrenched in the mad rush to get everything ready for nationals, and to help out … More Real Word Check-In and General Status Update
As per my original Sew Geeky planning post at the beginning of the year, I am now at the time when I wanted to start my summer sewing. Unfortunately, my spring sewing plans got somewhat kiboshed by all of the skating costume commissions that came my way. Happily, I made 5 of my originally planned … More Sew Geeky Plans – Summer
It’s that time of year again… The time of year when most sewing bloggers are participating in Me Made May. The time of year when most sewing bloggers are making lovely, bright spring looks. The time of year when cosplayers start debuting new looks for the major summer cons. That time of year when the … More That Time of Year – 2018 Edition
I was away for a week to judge a skating competition, then sick for a week because of a cold I picked up at said skating competition, so not much has been happening on the sewing front. It seems a little dangerous to wield a rotary cutter when you are weak and shaking, so I’ve … More Sew Geeky Update Post