Well friends I’m finally finishing up all the patterns I told you I had half done (so sorry if my posts have been a little pattern heavy recently!). Anyway, I’m finally able to release the Rie dress PDF sewing pattern. I can’t believe how popular this little dress has been, and how many pattern requests I’ve been receiving. But here it is finally! The email abuse can stop! Ok kidding… there was no email abuse – I’m being a little melodramatic (it’s due to pattern making induced over-tiredness!)
Meet my newest sewing pattern – the Lulu dress and top! I’m sure by now, you guys all know how much I love versatile clothing? Though my line of sewing patterns began purely to provide maternity patterns (since there seem to be no good ones anywhere) – I’m also trying to provide some styles that work for any woman, no matter what her stage of life.
One of my favourite things about blogging are the friends I’ve made through it, and Jen of JenLovesKev is no exception. She’s literally one of the nicest and sweetest girls ever.
Here’s another version of my new sewing pattern… I LOVE the way it turned out! Plus I think the whole outfit worked sooo well for how stormy the day was. Is there anything better than stylish comfort?? I think not… Funnily enough, I just don’t think I’m ever going to get used to the fact that it’s not cold out when it’s overcast. My brain is very confused. Oh and incase you were wondering… no I will not stop wearing socks with everything. I’m obsessed.
Oh my gosh it feels like I’ve been holding onto this post for absolute weeks while I finalised/finished the pattern. So anyway, I can’t believe what a huge response there has been to my maternity sewing patterns – they’ve been so incredibly popular that I’ve realised it must be really hard to find maternity and nursing sewing patterns, and after a lot of requests for more of the same, I’ve been working my little butt off, and am soooo excited to be releasing my newest PDF sewing pattern. I have to admit though, that I’m not a fan of things that only work in one stage of life, so I’ve really worked hard to make sure that this pattern works well no matter who you are – if you’re pregnant, nursing, or just want to wear a cute jersey dress.