October has been a crazy month – it’s flown by! And, I actually sewed! I was able to post a McCall’s top that was mostly worked on last month, as well as working on my forever UFO, the teal Burda trench coat. I started this project in 2016, and only just got around to working … More Sew Your Kibbe Challenge – October Round Up
September has been an interesting month in that, I sewed! I mean, not a lot, but a sewing pattern did make it out of the envelope. Sad that this is what’s making me excited. It’s not enough to be close to a finished garment yet, but it’s something. I’m still trying to figure out how … More Sew Your Kibbe Challenge – September Round Up
August has flown by and it has been a really interesting month for me. I wrote earlier in the year that this fall would be a time of transitions, and this seems very much to be the case. I’m still recovering a bit from the intensities of traveling this summer (I was gone for 5 … More Sew Your Kibbe Challenge – August Round Up
Like June, July was obviously not a great month for me as far as Sew Your Kibbe progress went. I was home for about 3 days of the month, and of those I spent about half my time sleeping and the other half doing work related things. I’ll go more into my July adventures in … More Sew Your Kibbe Challenge – Semi Late July Round Up
Even though June wrapped up over a month ago, I wanted to keep up with my Kibbe Challenge update posts. Obviously, no Kibbe related sewing has happened the past five weeks (I’ve been traveling a lot and haven’t had any access to a sewing machine), BUT I did sew one thing in June that never … More Sew Your Kibbe Challenge – Super Late June Round Up
Like April, May has been a total bust as far as personal sewing goes. I did somewhat anticipate this at the beginning of the challenge – I didn’t really expect to have a lot of personal sewing time until the end of summer, and this is turning out about the way I predicted. I am … More Sew Your Kibbe Challenge – May Round Up
I was watching Aly Art’s recent YouTube video (which is an interesting look at fashion trends through the 1900s), and really started to think about how most people (at least most sewing people) tend to have certain decades of style that they really respond to. I think most of us are innately drawn to styles … More Can Knowing Your Favorite Style Decade Help Determine Your Kibbe Type?