Welcome to Pattern Parade catwalk Janelle from The Janelle Wind Collection! Janelle is a fellow Aussie pattern designer with a big heart who loves all things vintage, thrifting, sewing and her beautiful family (not in that order!) Each Wednesday on her blog, Janelle shares a fashion post often featuring thrifted clothing and accessories. I’m excited today for this post to coincide with her appearance on the Pattern Parade!
Isn’t she a stunner?! Janelle has such a gorgeous, unique style. I love her Poppy Tunic and entire outfit and could find myself quite comfortably wearing it every day. Make sure you visit The Janelle Wind Collection for more photos of this beautiful outfit.
Today we have the beautiful Christie from A Lemon Squeezy Home on the Pattern Parade catwalk. Christie is a devoted Mother to her four cute kids who loves to sew and craft. Her style is bright and fun and she sews heaps of clothes for herself and her children – make sure you browse through her blog for some inspiration!
In the Pattern Parade today Christie is wearing Coastal Breeze dress that is so pretty. I love the fresh, Summery colours and she shows how styling the dress with a blazer gives a more formal, dressed up look – this dress is so versatile, much more than a beach cover-up! So head over and visit A Lemon Squeezy Home for more!
It’s a Mother-daughter duo in the Pattern Parade today – welcome Katy and Olive from No Big Dill!! If you read sewing blogs, then you know No Big Dill, right? Katy’s blog is always worth reading, she shares charming sewing projects, delicious recipes, thoughtful messages about being a Mother to her 6 adorable children and her photos are always breathtaking.
Katy and Olive are walking the catwalk in their Shearwater Kaftans today! Olive Is wearing a Mini Shearwater Kaftan – a pattern I wrote for girl after the women’s version proved to be so popular and the requests started coming in. Don’t these girls look cute? All ready to hit the beach or pool! Visit No Big Dill for more and see how Katy varied the front placket to make it visible on the front – cool stuff!