Are You Ready?!

The holidays are right around the corner and what a great time to make sweet little matching outfits for your family, right? You know exactly what pattern you’re going to do, what fabric to do it in, what parties to show off your hard work… Things are looking pretty stellar for this amazing picturesque dream of what your perfect holiday festivities are going to look like.

You can see it now:

You arrive at the family holiday party and people gush about how amazing you and your family look in their exquisitely handmade matching outfits (“did you really make that ensemble?!”).

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The Best?!

Yes. The BEST.

I was introduced to Rebecca Page patterns through her previous brand of Mummykins and Me about 3 years ago.  I had just had The Bean and was so excited to find cute, easy apparel patterns for baby girls. Having a small baby + sewing = as carefree as possible. The patterns did not disappoint. I was dressing The Bean up in adorable clothes in no time!

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Relaunch, Rebirth, and Actual Birth

It’s been awhile, huh? Bringing new life into the world really takes a toll on, well… life. I’m happy to report that baby Nova is doing so well, she’s such a little butterball! I’m thankful for all the words of encouragement and am excited about this next journey. With new birth, I thought it would be appropriate to relaunch the blog.  Among the design, I’ve added some new categories to the blog in hope of inspiring you and creating a better experience navigating through it all. 

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I really love craft swaps. Like, really love them. I would enter them all if I had limitless time and money! But, I don’t, so I try to pick only ones that I genuinely love and have time for. And when the #GalentinesDaySwap2017 came up, I knew I had to sign up. I’m all about women’s rights, empowering ladies, and honoring all things female, so it was a total no-brainer to enter this swap!

I don’t know where I have been for the last few months, but I’m just now finding out about the Pussy Hat Project. I’m kind’ve embarrassed to admit that, especially since I live so close to D.C.! It’s a movement of makers to create pink, cat eared hats for the protesters of the Women’s March  culminating in a march on January 21, 2017 on the National Mall. 

I’m starting the I Have Purple Hair blog back up.  It feels good but strange, like an old friend that you can always talk to know matter how long it’s been since you’ve seen each other last. I dare say, I’m a little rusty.