Hi guys, welcome to my long list of Tallinn testers! These ladies worked so hard to get this pattern perfect for you, so be sure to leave them some love. As I was going through, I kept saying things like, look at this gorgeous version, it looks soooooo cozy! I love it! And then I realized you’d probably get bored if I wrote that for every.single.picture.
Introducing the Tallinn Sweater! The Tallinn Sweater is a cozy drop-sleeve top with options for a turtleneck or slouchy cowl neck. The front features a trendy asymmetrical cross-over bodice trimmed with bands. The waist and sleeves are also finished with bands for easy sewing and no hemming. The cross front styling makes the Tallinn perfect for layering and is maternity and breastfeeding-friendly. This version features the
Hi guys! I’m popping in today to share my youngest daughter’s Christmas dress (the older two have flannel plaid Larkspur dresses!) We don’t usually dress up too much for the holidays, but I realized her preschool was having their annual performance and she was at risk of yet again being the only girl there without a fancy velvet and tulle dress. Well, I didn’t resort
Up today are some gorgeous pictures from my Larkspur Dress testers! They did such a fabulous job on a tight schedule so you guys could have this dress in time for holiday sewing! Thanks so much ladies! Enjoy 🙂 I have a major crush on Tami’s little plaid number with that faux leather collar and cap sleeves. The metal zip is my fave! Perfect dress
The Larkspur Dress is here! I thought it would be a fun time of year to design a no-frills dress for juniors who might need something a little extra special for the holidays but don’t want any ruffles or full skirts. It’s also a time to focus on giving and helping those in need, so all proceeds from the Larkspur Dress from now through December 30th will