There are many things I'm enthusiastic about in the new year, and near the top of the list is teaching. I've always loved learning, and now I get to share with others that awesome feeling of learning something new. My first class is a two-part workshop where students will learn how to design a one-of-a-kind… Continue reading Teaching a sewing class
This week I'm putting the finishing touches on a new dog jacket design that's simple and comfy, and made with reclaimed wool and a cozy flannel lining. From this angle, it's quite Sherlock-y!
I like the clean look of metal snaps, and their utilitarian aesthetic. But they're not something I've yet used in my projects. Well, maybe one or two times on personal projects, with poor tools and unsatisfactory results. For a new jacket design I'm working on, I'd like to use a few snaps in place of… Continue reading Hello, snaps
Every time I finish making a Tailored Dog Jacket, I feel a rush. Both because finishing one is a big milestone (in case you missed it, you can read more about what goes into the designing and the making of the jacket) and because I can picture how cute it would be on a little… Continue reading The Tailored Dog Jacket from the Ivy League Classics collection
Making the Tailored Dog Jacket is truly a labor of love. Which is fitting, because I'm on a mission to help more pets feel loved. After the designing phase (a previous blog post in case you missed it) of the jacket comes the making phase. This is where I get to obsess over every cut,… Continue reading Making the Tailored Dog Jacket