I continue to get a lot of sewing jobs that occupy my evenings, and I'd post pictures and tell stories, but they're just so ordinary: replacing trouser zippers, shortening sleeves, taking in temple dresses, etc. Though this week I got to replicate a bridesmaids dress into a different color and sew up 14 tunic/cover-ups for a girl in NYC who wants to start her own business! Small and simple these jobs may be, but I've raked in over $1,500 in the last six months!
Here are the Mormon girls with my adorably polka-dotted sister Janae, + friends
(I also made the navy blue dress two years ago--its fun to see the modest dresses being passed around each year)
I'm trying to turn down jobs for the next few weeks, just to give myself time to adjust to mothering two, (and in June I have another Capt. Hook enthusiast wanting a costume!) so until baby comes, I get to do some "selfish sewing" :) I've sewed up Jason's and Lincoln's Halloween outfits, made another nursing cover, another vinyl changing table mat, and will try to make a little romper for #2 tonight for our family pictures sometime this summer!