Sew Yourself Some Love Blog Tour: Day Two
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Sew Yourself Some Love Blog Tour: Day Two

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Welcome back to Day Two of the Sew Yourself Some Love Blog Tour!!!

Oh do we have fun for you this week, starting off with 20% off ALL Women's stand alone patterns with code: SYSL2019
(click HERE and the code will automatically be applied to your shopping cart)

This code includes all the 2018 New Releases too!

Ok, now back to the amazing inspiration that blog tours bring  Laura and I both have some fun things to share today:

  Laura of Custom Made by Laura has sewed up an outfit that makes me yearn for summer.  She has paired the Starting Point Tank and the Staple Skirt for a killer outfit.  Seriously, check out all the details in her blog post!


For this blog tour I went to my fast and easy, tried and true, yes there are already 10 of these in my closet... Magnolia.   HA!  This is my most sewn and most hacked pattern because it just works for everything.  

To take a new spin on the Magnolia, I went looking for some inspiration.  I found a  dress with an inverted high low - high at the sides and low in the front and back.  I loved the fresh and flirty look and knew the magnolia was the perfect pattern to get this look.

If you want to make your own, keep the below knee length in the front and back.  and then raise your side seam up about 12 inches (you can do more for a more dramatic high low hem, but this was perfect for me.)  Use a french curve to draw your curve and that is it - make sure that you replicate this hem on both the front and the back pieces.  Cut and sew like normal!!!!

I love it <3 <3 <3

Stick with us all week long for more inspiration and don't forget to grab that 20% off code (SYSL2019) and bring your own inspiration to life!


Don't miss any of the inspiring stops along the tour:

Patricia of Sew Far North


Meriel of  Ellie and Nels

Aurelie of Maglice and So (guest posting at WWD)

Livia of Liviality
Diane of Sewing with D

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