I am back for part 2 of our Riley Blake quilt kit for the Cricut Maker. If you missed Part 1, you can go check it out. Part one we choose our pattern and our fabric, modified the size to make it bigger and prep our fabric to cut on
If you have followed me for awhile, you will probably know I actually started out sewing as a quilter. I started my first quilt when I was pregnant with my oldest daughter Emma. That first quilt hooked me BIG TIME. I instantly became a hoarder of fabric, notions and patterns.
Hi everyone, I am Kiran, mom of three, avid sewist, fabric hoarder and enthusiastic pattern tester. I’m thrilled to have been able to test the latest pattern from Simple Life Company, the gorgeous and versatile Kyra.
The first thing that jumps out at me when I see all the amazing tester
Assemble and Attach Skirt
Welcome to Day 4 of the Saylor Sew-along! Today we’ll be assembling our skirt and attaching it to the bodice. Don't worry if you are a day or 2 behind, you can still catch up by visiting the Day 1, Day 2 and Day 3 posts.
~Press and Topstitch
~Attach buttons or snaps
~Sew and Attach optional small bows
We are in the home stretch of the Saylor Sew Along and I am loving all of the variations you have posted in the fan group. Be sure to check out Day 1, Day 2, Day 3, or Day 4 for any
Welcome back to the Saylor Sew Along! Playing catch up, be sure to check out Day 1 and Day 2.
Today things start to come together. We’ll construct our bodice per the pattern directions and give it a quick fit test to be sure we measured properly! Sew up your shoulder
~Embellish Front Bodice
Welcome to cutting day of our Saylor sew along! If you are just joining us, you have time to catch up by visiting Day 1. This is the worst part of sewing for many people; it always takes me longer than I anticipated! I find cutting goes
~Measure and Choose Size
~Choose back style and skirt style
~Print, Assemble and Cut Pattern Pieces
I am Stevey Taylor of S Taylor Threads and I am super excited to share my love of the Saylor pattern with you all!!
Simply assembling and cutting pattern pieces may make today seem straightforward,