It’s Day One of the Jersey Love Blog Tour! Are you ready to see what these ladies have been sewing with Riley Blake Designs’ Jersey Basics and my Jersey Love patterns? I can’t wait!Our first two tour stops are at Call Ajaire and Rock the Stitch!
Ajaire sews the sweetest outfits for her 2-year-old daughter, Bean. Seriously. Her pictures make me want to sew a whole wardrobe for our 2-year-old granddaughter, Katie. Ajaire does amazing things with fabric, too — like the Lattice Smocking on Bean’s Birthday Dress and the multi-directional pleats on her Emily Carr Inspired Dress, and she shares how she did it on her blog! My current favorite project from Ajaire, though, is one she did for herself! Have you seen the Polo Dress Re-do that she shared during Make for Mom in May? I love it!For the Jersey Love Tour, Ajaire sewed Bean a Beachcomber Dress! You can check it out by clicking the picture below!
Rebecca from Rock the Stitch is a master at sewing stylish, modern clothing for her sons and her daughter! The outfits that she makes for her daughter are amazing, and I am in awe of the things she sews for her sons. Rebecca shares some great tutorials on her blog for modifying any pattern you might have on hand to give it that perfect finishing touch. For your boys, you can learn how to add a Chevron Stripe to an otherwise plain tee pattern or turn basic shorts into Hip Boardshorts. For your girls, you have to check out her guide to adding a Self-Bound Petal Cuff to capri pants and her free Peep Hem Dress Pattern! For the Jersey Love Tour, Rebecca sewed a pair of Runaround Pants for her oldest son. Go check them out on her blog right now by clicking the picture below!