Anyone else decide to join in on the sewalong? Today was day one!!
I got my patterns put together and my fabric cut, and I’m excited to get sewing tomorrow!!
This is the gorgeous fabric that I’ll be using for my Laurel tunic. This is only the second thing that I’ve ever sewn for myself, so I am anxious to see it come together!
Check out Starly’s blog post for some helpful hints, and don’t forget to join the Greenstyle Creations Facebook Group!
And this will be the fabric for the girls’ Laurelette dresses
Check back in with me throughout the week to follow my updates 🙂 And have a wonderful evening!
My little helper ❤
Greenstyle Creations, along with Starly from Sew Starly, are hosting a sew-a-long!!
What are we sewing? The popular women’s Laurel pattern and the newly released girls version, Laurelette!
When? September 29-October 5
Where? Greenstlye Creations Facebook group! (There just may be some pattern and fabric discounts if you join us…. hint, hint!)
I am so excited to sew them up! There are TONS of options, and an awesome range in sizes.
Join the Greestyle Creations group, and check out Starly’s blog post for more information!!
I’ll update the blog on my progress as I go! Join me back here next week!
Sigh, I don’t know what is going on with me! I WILL get back into blogging…. This is step one.
Anyway– My most recent project that I wanted to share with you all was this beautiful Elsa dress for my daughter
Not only was it a pretty quick and easy sew, the pattern was FREE! This thrifty mom loves free!! Get it from Peek-A-Boo pattern shop, HERE!
Using my Joann’s coupons, I raided their section of Frozen fabric (yes, there is an entire section of it at my store). We also recently got a fabric section in our Walmart that I took advantage of. All together, this dress cost a whopping $12!!!! So exciting! That’s cheaper than the lesser quality dresses you find at the store.
My little Queen Linnaea is thrilled, and would live in it if I let her! Happy kid= happy mommy ❤