Hey! So I haven’t finished sharing my last KCW makes, but before I do that, I’m stopping in to let you know that I’ve sewn up a new top for my Miss Matatabi Makers project this month!
Hey! It’s Kids Clothes Week! It’s been awhile since I’ve fully jumped into Kids Clothes Week, but I was feeling motivated to make some new duds for the 4 year old. I had completely stopped making clothes for her at some point because she was rejecting all the stuff that I was making. But now she’s really into dresses, skirts and tank tops and all those things that I made 1-2 years ago! Lately, she’s been grabbing this skirt a lot (which makes me super happy), so I thought I should add another to the closet.
Wow, blogging two days in a row!? Pretty unheard of for me, especially during these days of sloooow blogging. But honestly, I’m pretty psyched about this project and I just couldn’t wait to share it!
So yesterday I posted a pair of Umbrella dresses that I made as part of the It’s a Small World (blog tour), After All to promote Rae Hoekstra’s new fabric line for Cloud9. Well when I originally saw the fabrics I had such a hard time deciding and a few ideas pop into my head that I asked for 2 fabrics for 2 projects! Clearly I was feeling a bit ambitious and itching to get back to sewing after a pretty long break.
Hey hey! I’m here joining the It’s a Small World (blog tour), After All for Rae Hoekstra’s newest line of fabric for Cloud9, Small World. I’m talking about Rae of Made By Rae glory, of course! So when she asks you to check out her incredibly cute 100% organic baby wale corduroy, you say YES! Which is exactly what I did.
Hello again! I’m just checking in to say hi and share with you some of the things I’ve been up to!
Every so often people ask me, “How’s the simple life!?” in response to my post about living a life with less. Unfortunately, it’s been anything but simple! Things went really well for about a month, when I stopped blogging here. But soon after, I decided to take up an offer to blog for mom.me and while I’ve been enjoying it, writing those posts has taken up all the time that had just been freed up.
Yo! Hey! How’s it going!? Long time, eh? How are you doing?
March has rolled in quickly and I feel like I’ve been slammed in all directions. Overwhelmed is an understatement, but I know that it’ll pass. Just trying to ride it out. Anyone else having a crazy month so far?
Well I’m here to share my latest Miss Matatabi Makers project! I used some beautiful laminated nani IRO to make a changing pad and diaper clutch for the baby, er, toddler. It feels a little wrong to be changing dirty diapers on nani IRO, but I do love it so much!
Seriously, this is one lucky butt!
Anyways, check out the full post HERE.
Besides this project I haven’t really done any sewing recently. I’ve been doing something else. Sorry sewing, I’ve been cheating on you. With knitting! Haha, yeah, I picked up the knitting needles recently to try and make myself a beanie. I’ll let you know how that goes if/when I finish. :)
What have you been working on?
Take care and till next time!
Life can be strange sometimes.
I recently posted about how I wanted to spend less time blogging because it wasn’t bringing me as much joy as it used to. I wanted to focus more on family and health and simplifying my life and spend less time on the computer and dealing with social media and all the things that come with blogging (like stress and lack of sleep).
Hey! Happy February! How are you all doing? January went really well for me! I spent a lot less time sewing and blogging and more time cooking and walking and sleeping. Which felt great! I’d kind of gotten into a good groove, but then all it takes is Hideko getting sick and everything feels like chaos again! But we’ve made a few small changes to our every day lives and we’re trying to declutter plus buy/accumulate less. It feels like a long process, but as long as we don’t give up right? Continue reading
So I have been thinking a lot about my plans for the coming year. In years past I have felt motivated to do more with my blogging: blog more often, do more tutorials, get sponsors, redesign the site, go to conferences, make patterns, the list goes on and on. But in recent months I’ve felt very strongly that I should do less. I realized that all those things don’t come very naturally to me and are just not a priority. I don’t think I’ll ever be a professional blogger, sewing competition winner, book writer or a pattern designer, but for now, that’s okay.