So excited to share that the kits went out the the Uppercase readers newsletter this past weekend. If you don't know Uppercase they are a great maker focused magazine filled with beautiful pics and so much inspiration. Thanks so much to Janine for including the kits and all the inspiration!
The best of the best are back. And just in time for the holiday gift giving season. I know there's been a lot of things to make options lately so this is to make sure you can just buy something if you are short on time. Or energy. Or both!
The number one question I get asked about my work is how do you wash it? Everything I design is machine washable because babies aren't. So whether its a kit or a scarf yes you can wash it. I recommend a gentle cycle and tumble dry on low and keep wearing it with pride.
The lovely and talented Ashley Longshore is having herself a moment! If you haven't heard of her, she's great and she loves glitter. And in this little clip on Seth Meyers she kinda blew my mind. Towards the end she ever so casually mentions that she doesn't believe in critiquing art. WHAAAAATTTT? I sat through my fair share in school and wow this really affected me. I really love the idea of looking at something and just saying "great" or "not for me" Not needing to analyzer or justify but just let the art be. Maybe what I hate someone...
The bear hat pattern make a great easy Halloween costume and when you are done you have a hat for the rest of the year. Sew up the hat using an upcycled sweatshirt or sweater and coordinate with a shirt or sweater you already have. Add in a little black nose and your baby bear is reay for trick or treating. And you get to enjoy your work and show off your little cub. Sized for little ones from 0-24 months and you can get the pattern here