men’s clothing

Vampire Ball {Halloween 2014}

So our final costumes for Halloween were for the Vampire Ball, which was a party held on November first in the Officer’s club on Osan AB. My dress is made from a silk corset, that I trimmed in lace and boned with basket reeds. The under skirt is black damask fabric, and the over dress…

Paul’s Next Vest {photo of the day}

I finished Paul’s last vest (or what was SUPPOSED to be Paul’s last vest, we just bought him some more fabric…..) Paul has a business trip to an embassy in Spain (I know, it’s hard to be him 🙂 ) for the month of October, and he isn’t supposed to wear his uniforms while he’s…

Getting Caught Up!

Whewwwwww Guys! It has been a crazy ride around here!!! Project Run and Play just finished up and I came in second place! I cannot believe it, especially with how small my blog is; I have few but mighty followers (well few compared to big blogs!) and I offer a hearty congratulations to Max on her…

Happy Belated Christmas!

So remember how I was knitting Weasley sweaters for my kids? If you remember I managed to finish Isaac’s for his birthday in October, after that I started Emmie’s and got her’s done mid November, and then made one for my husband Paul, which I managed to finish a week before classes let out in…

A Dapper Gentleman’s Plaid Wool Vest

So here are some not so great phone camera pictures of Paul in his vest that I made him. It’s made from a plaid wool with a wheat colored Irish linen lining. I was super happy with how it turned out and plan to make him a couple more because, let’s be honest, how CUTE…

Thanksgiving

We spent Thanksgiving volunteering at Jamestown. I made the clothes for everyone, and had a really good time. The food was awesome, our friends were fantastic, and the crowds were huge. Emmie loved carrying the water buckets around Isaac in front of the Governor’s house. Paul, Isaac, and Emmie. Me in the Governor’s house, my…