Button It Up: Simplicity 1941

I once had someone refer to an outfit I wore to a party as “Orphan” fashion. After I asked for clarification, it was explained to me that I looked like Esther, the main character in… View Post

Goth Zen: DIY Yoga Bolster

When gyms closed in Los Angeles because of the pandemic, I started to exercise in my living room. I figured that a couple of months of elastic bands and dumbbells would give my body a… View Post

A Victorian-Inspired Skirt

The tutorial for this Victorian-inspired skirt was one of the first projects I really, really wanted to make when I started sewing. At the time, I did not understand that fabric can make or break… View Post

D(raft)-It-Yourself Summer Goth Skirt

Since the pandemic started, I have spend a lot of my time in T-shirts and comfy bottoms—leggings for exercising, shorts during the day, pajama pants at night. Sometimes, it is hard to conjure some sewjo… View Post

An Almost Sinclair Valley Skater Dress

I love knit dress patterns that I can use to build my wardrobe with a million variations. The Muse Natalie dress and my Plaintain dress hack are great examples of patterns that can be made… View Post