Monday, October 9, 2017

Cozy Up To Fall Blog Tour With EYMM



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Every since we moved to New England about two years ago, fall has been my favorite season. But, with beautiful views like this, who wouldn't love it? Besides the beautiful leaves, I love the apple picking and all the baking that the season inspires. One of my kids favorite cookies is the AppleDoodle. We use this recipe. They are absolutely delicious with fresh picked apples.
Once the crisp fall air starts I love to slip into my long sleeve shirts and curl up on the porch with a cup of hot tea, a couple appledoodles and a good book.
I have had the EYMM Piko pattern sitting in my files for awhile but I hadn't had time to sew it up.
I'm not sure what took me so long because I am absolutely in love with this shirt! I used a soft lightweight knit that I had sitting in my stash and it came out so comfy! I love that the long sleeves are fitted, baggy sleeves leave my arms chilly. The next thing on my sewing list is the Get Moving Leggings so I made my Piko Top a little longer to cover booty when I have on the leggings.
So, what is your favorite thing about fall? Leave a comment below and you could win a $20 giftcard for EYMM! Check out below for information on the rest of the tour and for a sale!



Make sure to stop by all the amazing stops on the Cozy Up to Fall Tour!! (Keep in mind that the links below won’t work until their scheduled date, but feel free to click through and check out their other blog posts anytime.)
Oct. 5 - Sprouting JubeJube and EYMM
During the tour, all featured patterns are on sale (save even more by buying the youth/adult bundles!) ... the Four Seasons Cardigan (both women's and girl's), the Piko Top (both women's and girl's), and the Leggings Bundle ('Get Moving' Leggings for women and Jocelyn's Leggings for girls). Use coupon code FALL17 to save 30% off these 6 patterns and/or 3 bundles in the EYMM shop, but only until 11:59pm on October 11, 2017.

Tuesday, February 7, 2017

EYMM Valentine Essentials Blog Tour

It feels like I haven't blogged in forever! Life has been a little crazy around here and it was nice to take a break and sew something for myself.
For this Blog Tour, myself and the other seamstress' are showing off our version of the Everyday Essential pattern. 
From the EYMM website:
"The Everyday Essentials Set for women is a collection of simple knit undergarments that are perfect for layering. Included are a comfortable sleeping bra, a cami, 2 different length gowns that can be made as nightgown or has a full slip and chemise as well as 2 different length half slips. These pieces are a great in between layer for slinking, thin or lightweight dresses and skirts to provide more modest cover of your bra and underwear.
Because everyone has different shape and preferences, 3 different cup sizes are available for each size of the bodice, as well as a variety of finishes for the neck, arms and hem including knit binding, elastic and lace. As a bonus we have also included 2 different lengths of an optional slit! The bra, cami and gowns are all nursing and maternity friendly!
This pattern includes 10 sizes for women from misses XS to plus size 5X."

 
For my set I sewed up the cami and half slip. I modified my slip to have a yoga band at the waist for added comfort. It is so comfortable I may wear it as a regular skirt. 
I was surprised how quick this set sewed up and I already have a night gown ready to go.
Another plus, my kids won't be embarrassed to see me in my pjs :) 

Make sure you check everyone else out on the tour!


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Make sure to visit all the stops on the Valentine Essentials Blog Tour! (Keep in mind that the links below won't work until their scheduled date.)
Feb. 3 - Sewing by Ti
Feb. 4 - Joelle at EYMM
Feb. 10 - Roundup at EYMM
During the tour, the Everyday Essentials pattern is on sale for half off! Use code VDAYTOUR on the EYMM site to save 50% on the Women's Everyday Essentials pattern until February 12 at 11:59pm PST.

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