I figured that I would close each month with a summary of how things are going with the Sew Your Kibbe Challenge. Personally, I’ve been gone most of the month for an important skating conference and competition, so I’ve really missed out on sewing time. (It’s the reason I knew I wouldn’t be able to … More Sew Your Kibbe Challenge – January Round Up
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!
For an introduction to the Sew Your Kibbe Series, please see this post. The posts in this series are intended to be a well researched and thorough investigation of the Kibbe style recommendations, along with several example patterns for each “level of dress.” The posts in this series will be picture heavy and quite lengthy. … More Sew Your Kibbe: Soft Natural
This was something of an unexpected sew – I was thinking I *might* still be able to pull off a September mini-wardrobe, but realized there was no way I was going to finish if I included my blazer jacket. So I thought I might speed up the process by reusing an older pattern and making … More Pattern Review: My Image M1003 (Again)
It’s been about a year since I first started researching body typing/image ID systems, and few months since my last Wardrobe Planning Post, at which point I’d come to suspect that I fell much more into the Kibbe Soft Natural category than into the Soft Classic category. Since then I’ve not had much time to … More Sew Geeky Mid-Year Assessment and Further Wardrobe Musings (Wardrobe Planning Post #13)
It’s crazy to think that I started rambling about Wardrobe planning on this blog back in 2016. In hindsight of world events, it really feels like a lifetime ago. Since my earliest late-night musings, I’ve played around with the Wardrobe Architect, the Curated Closet, and some 80s-era style classification systems. All of these posts have … More Style Analysis Update (Wardrobe Planning Post #12)