I love that Sew the Year is what it took me to tackle projects through out the year that I might have just put off in the past. Get all the details here on what Sew the Year is as well as past projects I have completed.
April was about sewing some clothes for my kiddos, something that I don’t do very often. I am so glad that I set out to sew one new thing for each of them, a total obtainable goal, and it reminded me how much I do enjoy sewing for them. Both of my kiddos absolutely love when I sew for them which makes the process even better know they will appreciate the item.
As you know I typically sew for myself whether it be a basic like a bra or a sample for one of my sewing pattern I don’t normally sewing for my kids. If you sew for kids you can relate, they just grow so fast. But you guys, why in the world do I not sew for Sophie more often. Abby of Sew Much Ado really knocked it out of the park with the Sullivan dress. I can’t believe how ridiculously adorable this dress is on my girl.
Spring has finally arrived in Seattle and I couldn’t be happier to sew up some fun springy outfits for the kids and I. My Sew the Year plans for April are all about the hope of warmer weather in the future, and a little egg hunting later this month.
The first project I am going to work on is the Sewaholic Alma Blouse which is playing double duty for me. Not only is it going to be the most amazing spring top but it is also the base pattern I am using for a super super special project I am working on for my future sister in law. I can’t share anything about it now but I promise to share when I can later this summer.