My First Knitted Item
I knitted something! It’s a scarf! It’s done! FINALLY! It’s not perfect - it’s got a few issues here and there - but I am pretty proud of it for being my first knitting project! Now I am working on a blue and brown scarf for my boyfriend with two different knit stitches. I’ve already got like six inches of scarf!
History of Feed Sack Sewing →
New Swimsuit + First Beach Day!
I made a swimsuit out of this awesomely nautical looking striped fabric. I used Burdastyle’s free Alison pattern and heavily modified it to make it two-piece.
New skirt AND top! In one post!
Here are two things I’ve recently made, but only now gotten around to photographing - a pink top made from a floral cotton lawn, for which I used Colette Patterns’ “Sorbetto” pattern, which is a free pattern; and a yellow crepe circle skirt with lace trim.
My Local Eating Guide
During the summer, I like to buy from farm stands and farmer’s markets to eat fresh and local. This summer I’m living at school so I mostly eat in the dining hall, but on weekends I feed myself. I like to buy from the farmer’s market as much as I can, and it’s pretty easy because my school is in a traditionally agricultural region. greenermiami.com Shopping at the farmer’s market can be...