Tuesday, September 28, 2010


Even though the end of summer is sad, I really do love this time of year. With chilly mornings, I have a reason to layer up- especially when I am asked to give Danny a last minute ride to the train station. 
Because of the short notice, I have been known to wear some pretty embarrassing things out of the house. So, I decided to make some neutral and delicate cardigans with a bit of drape to layer over (or hide) whatever I can throw on before we run out the door. I have to thank Danny who took this photo for me at the train station seconds before he had to run up a flight of stairs to make his train. 
I liked the fit so much I made a parchment pattern and wrote up a little walkthrough for anyone interested in making a super easy and versatile piece of clothing. As always, if you have any questions, please email or comment. 


Just Ma said...

Sooo cute----sooo creative, sooo practical. That's you!
Love ya girl,

Cook Clean Craft said...

That is so casually elegant and pretty. I definitely need a few in my wardrobe - now to find the time to sew them up...

Rosa Lee Timm said...

Looovee the cardigan! Are those available via Etsy? I would love to order one!

Aunt Dawn said...

LOVE it!!! You seriously need to start selling this stuff!

Anonymous said...

yes,that is very nice. Sexiest and most creative momma I know :)
loves always

Sue Tschopp said...

I need this kind of cardigan too. I like your style with ruffle dress and this cardigan as well.
I like your gardening story too. very lovely.

Anya said...

I need this! I looked on the tutorial page but didn't see any instructions on how to make the pattern or sew this cute top.

Am I looking in the wrong place?