Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Fall/Winter Checklist

I have SO many ideas and wants to make this fall/winter season so I am just going to go ahead and list my ideas, and check them off as I go, Please feel free to add you ideas of what you'd like to see!
  • Bow Ties/Neck Ties
  • FishTail Skirts
  • Thigh/Sock Garter Suspenders
  • Dress' with hoods
  • High Waist Pants
  • Western Style Mens AND Womens button up shirts
  • Sweater knit jersey cotton stockings
  • to be continued


Just put together some extra lovely fall accessories!

I use an amazing sweater knit jersey cotton fabric double layered, so it will act not only as an amazingly cute hat, but also as ear warmers/protectors, but the fabric is not too heavy so its perfect for all the states!

The cool weather is upon us time for all those fun winter accessories we only get to use mildly.

Sunday, September 18, 2011

High Waist Shorts with Pockets!

Oh my!

I have been working on the perfect high waist shorts design, and I think these might be pretty darn close!

These available or get your own in your own size and choice of color!

Saturday, August 20, 2011

Hand Made Womens Sailor Romper High Waisted 1940s Vintage Inspired Play Suit

Hand Made Womens Sailor Romper High Waisted 1940s Vintage Inspired Play Suit


soooooo it took me about a week of working on it here and there and tediously BUT its done and I am proud of it!!!

This one available HERE  or order one in your size!

Friday, June 10, 2011

Almost done!

Will show a photo when complete. But basically what we have here, is what once was a full slip, sliced and diced turned into a romper, I salvaged the lace from a different slip skirt I had, and the teal fabric used in the ruffles and for the trimming was the left overs from a previous full slip turned romper. So basically a Frankenstein of rompers.

Saturday, June 4, 2011


Couple Pictures of the finished product, It took me a whole  lot longer than I had expected but that is ok I love the way it turned out! I am sure all the rest to come will not be as difficult as this one, this one I had limited of both fabrics.

Tuesday, May 31, 2011

New Design!

Just put this little diddy together this weekend. I have been really wanting to make day rompers, so before I jumped into that, I figured why not make a high waisted shorts jumper. While I was making them I thought how fun it would be to make the straps to the jumper detachable so you change the garment according to your mood or the weather! So here is a little Sneak Peek at the shorts, and the straps are coming later today!

Thursday, May 26, 2011

New dress design and New Print

SO Lately I have been wanting to really spruce things up in my little shop, I want new happenings and to make it a little easier on myself, I have decided I want to make a few specific designs for the tshirt dresses and later on with the slips I will be building. So this way I can just take a few photos of the dress that fits me best and then on make them to order. This way I wont have to create something and struggle to get a good few photos in of every single garment I make. But here is the design of the Scout dress, I have it photographed here in 2 different colors and with 2 different prints. Including my newest print of a red fox, which will be able to be a silver fox or purple fox whatever your heart desires fox.

Thursday, April 28, 2011

pcycled Vintage curtains turned 50s Inspired Sweetheart Halter Pleated Romper Project

Upcycled Vintage curtains turned 50s Inspired Sweetheart Halter Pleated Romper...
this one available here:http://www.etsy.com/listing/73087871/upcycled-curtains-turned-50s-inspired

Sooo super fun project! I really need to start taking before pictures, I know I always say that but I mean it this time and next time I won't be saying that sentence at all!  So I was at the thrift shop the other day and saw these amazing coral pinkish colored curtains with white box pleated bottoms accented with olive green ribbons and thought "oh my..mine" and took them home and threw them on the sewing table knowing something great needed to happen right then. Instead I ate dinner with my sweet lovey man and went to sleep but the next morning I awoke to a beautiful vision and the vision was.... this romper!!! SO I took the take off of work :) it was kinda sorta raining so can't really blame me and I got to work on this beaut!

I made it a sweetheart top and added bust darts in the top and coming up from the waist line. I accented the top of the bust line with some of the pleated bottom curtain I had cut and used for the bottom of the bloomers.Also using the green ribbon used on the pleated bottom now at the top of bustline. To give it the real 50s feel I used the top edging of the curtain as the halter for the bodice .I made the high waisted bloomers from both bottoms of the set of curtains and added a zipper going up the left side making it an extremely accessible romper! All in all a super fun project took me a good little bit of time but I do think I can do it again and improve on things Heres the finished project!!

Monday, April 25, 2011

Rainy gloomy days make good crafting days..

Here is the outcome of my rainy day,

 upcycled used to be curtains now 50's inspired summer time romper with pleated bottoms

Big box of Goodies going to Portland OR...

To a couple of AMAZING shops that are kind enough to have my wares in their stores. Mag-Big, and Peacock you should find their stores on the ole facebook and befriend them! But here are a couple of photos of everything right before I sent it out

Upcycled vintage nightgown turned Ruffled Butt Romper

Upcycled Vintage Nightgown turned Ruffled Butt Romper

I really need to remember to take before and after photos...but this time use your imagination... This was a huge nightgown/moomoo, it caught my eye because of the amazing lace neckline I thought, well that deserves a new life. So I took it home cut and sliced it up and used remaining skirt and magically turned them into ruffles and POOF this is what came out.

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Vintage Slip Turned Jumper Custom Order

So it all started with this sweet gal who was interested in a particular skirt, but then it sold before she could get her hands on it, so she ask me to try to reproduce the skirt and I did to my best, but the skirt was too long for this short little gal, so she had to bright idea of then asking me if I could turn it into a jumper for her. After a few days of wrestling with the idea and just the right way to do it. I finished it! here are some photos of the finished project!

Sunday, March 20, 2011


It came out great! I am so excited to print this on everything!

New silkscreen on the way!

Saturday, March 19, 2011

Newest Jumpers!

Here are 2 jumper dresses I just finished and shipped out to the Big Apple today!!