Happy Presidents Day guys! Today I’m sharing a tutorial to use your Tallinn Sweater pattern to make a long duster-style cardigan! I’ve been living in this sweater since I made it a week ago – it’s the perfect “winter coat” for our mild front range winter days. This past week I actually ended up in shorts and a tank top, but this was still perfect
Introducing the Mountain Pose Pants for women! These yoga-style pants are special for several reasons. They are the perfect casual pants for lounging, running errands, or even doing actual exercise 🙂 You can make a more casual pair with cotton/spandex type blends, or make a true compression yoga pant by sizing down and using workout-weight fabric. There are two different waistbands, a plain flat front
Hi guys, welcome to my crazy Carrie Cardigan post. Those of you who follow my Instagram stories know that this photoshoot was days in the making. Important details first. This is of course the Carrie Cardigan from Delia Creates. I’ve been wanting to make it since she released it in December and just kept getting side tracked. But every day I had this outfit planned
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