Spring Handmade Closet

I am so excited about the warmer weather and all the CUTE clothes that are out this season!  But in addition to doing a liiiiittle bit of shopping, I am planning on sewing up a bunch of handmade garments for spring! I have already gotten a pretty solid start, and have a list of some great patterns to add to my collection. Here’s some of the things I’ve already made, and a few of the items I plan on sewing[Read more]

DIY: How to Make Your Own Tassels

I have such a fun DIY for you today!  Do you ever see something in a store or while shopping online and think, “I could definitely make that.”  I do it ALL. THE. TIME!!  And when I started seeing so many cute and colorful tassels all over jewelry, clothing, and accessories last year, I thought that very thing– I could totally make those!  So I scoured Pinterest one night, grabbed some embroidery floss, and made tassel after tassel and was[Read more]

Vintage Goat & Lulu: DIY Chalkboard Wall

I don’t know if it’s the weather warming up and wanting to de-winterize my house, or just a nagging feeling to get some creativity out, but I have been planning a bunch of DIYs around the house!  I’m thinking of adding another chalkboard wall or two in a few different rooms and thought I would post this “vintage Goat & Lulu” post from my old blog!  I used to post a lot more DIYs (I had a little bit more[Read more]

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Back to School Sweet Teacher Treats with a Free Printable!

We had such a wonderful first day of school yesterday!!  Brantley had her first day of 2nd grade, and my Gracie Girl started KINDERGARTEN (which blows my mind completely), and I met them in the car line yesterday afternoon, and they both had the biggest smiles that their little faces could bear.  But more on that later this week. 🙂  What I really want to share today is a sweet teacher treat and free printable to go along with it!![Read more]

Pattern Testing: Ania Tunic from Coffee & Thread

Earlier this month, I was so excited to be selected to be a tester for Coffee & Thread’s just released pattern, the Ania Tunic!  I have tested one other new pattern before, and it is extremely empowering and undoubtedly humbling at the same time to help a pattern designer (aka GENIUS) perfect their sewing patterns for mass release.  Olga from Coffee & Thread is so talented, and I used her gorgeous Eleena Dress pattern to sew up the girls Easter/Baptism dresses back[Read more]

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