Anthropologie

Another Guest Post {Sew Cool for the Tween Scene}

I’m doing another guest post today, this time over at Sew Cool for the Tween Scene, and this time it’s an Anthropologie knock off sweatshirt tutorial! I have been doing a lot of sewing lately; I am trying to get ready for a couple of months in the US! (We are headed to Arizona for…

So You Think You’re Crafty Final Week!!!

Hooray, it’s here! I’m so excited to have made it to the finals of So You Think You’re Crafty, and I want to thank everyone for their votes so far! For my wild card project, I decided to make myself a complete outfit, (it’s actually my first new outfit since moving to Korea almost 8…

Beaded Crystal Hair Clips {tutorial}

I originally shared these over at So You Think You’re Crafty, but I thought I would bring them home to my blog too!  I’m so excited to be here with you today to share my beaded crystal hair clips, and I want to thank everyone who voted for me! I wear some variation of bun…

Anthro Jupukka Jacket Knock Off {Tutorial}

Here’s the tutorial for my Jupukka Jacket knock off, originally posted at So You Think You’re Crafty, and I thought I would bring it home!  This jacket was made entirely from my stash, I have actually been carrying the blue cotton velvet around for YEARS, and was so pleased to find such a good use for…

Anthro Knock Off Sweatshirt

Earlier I showed y’all a picture of this Anthropologie, shawl collared sweatshirt, I decided I wanted to make one for myself, but I wanted to start with one for Emmie, since I am doing back to school clothes for her right now, and I wanted to test the pattern on her first since it would…

Anthropologie Inspiration

EDIT: after writing this post, I had a complete change of plans come along, Emmie wanted to make an american girl doll dress, and Isaac wanted to make a hooded t-shirt out of fabric he picked at the LA fabric district – so no shawl collars or dresses for me today! (I like being flexible…

Another Ode to Anthropologie

I recently noticed the Expanding Universe Tank on Anthropologie’s website and thought it was a really interesting treatment of the striped fabric. I happened to have a striped knit here with me in Alabama, and thought I would give it a go. Here is Anthro’s Tank Top (the picture is a link to the site.)…