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Winter 10×10 Day Ten: In my Element

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And just like that folks we’re on my winter 10×10 day ten!

Honestly? I’m happy to be done.

It’s been a fun challenge with lots of lessons learned, but I’m looking forward to mixing things up with the rest of my closet.

I do think I’m ending on a good note though as this is the kind of outfit that I feel most at home in.

It’s comfortable and cozy without looking frumpy.

One time David told me he thinks I’m at my best when I’m cozy… so yeah. That pretty much speaks for itself.

Maybe it’s like the saying hangry… I get crabby when I’m uncomfortable. Should we start a new trend? crumfortable? Yes? No?

Okay I’m done.

Tomorrow I’ll be doing my wrap up post so stay tuned for that. And then Friday I’ll be back to my regular programming!

Also, side note: if you didn’t see my question on Instagram yesterday, I asked if anyone had tips on getting into sewing. I’m wanting to attempt to start sewing some clothes for the girls and me, but I have no idea where to start! Where do you guys get fabric and patterns? Any good tutorials you know about?

Let me know in the comments!


Outfit Details:

White Tee: Everlane

Cozy Cardigan: Old Navy Ethical Option | Wear for a long time option

Gray Denim: AG | Affordable Option

Neutral Sneakers: Converse | Ethical Option

Moon Necklace: Layered and Long

Belt: Old Gap | Similar

Diaper Bag: Lilly Jade c/o


Until next time,

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2 Comments

  • Reply Susan Fahning

    Sewing. I’d start with a class. My first choices would be either Treadle Yard Goods (Grand and Hamline in St. Paul; they are the grand dame of fabric stores) or Knit and Bolt (just south of Johnson and 29th in Nordeast). The latter only carries indie patterns, whereas the former carries some indie as well as the big box lines like Simplicity, etc. While Treadle has a much broader variety of fabric, you might find more to interest you at Knit and Bolt. But, I do advise a class. And, are you sure the machine works, or does it need a tune up? Have fun.

    As I think about first projects, I see jumpers or shorts for the girls.

    February 1, 2018 at 9:34 am
    • Reply Karin

      Thanks for the great recommendations! I can’t wait to stop in and look around! I actually used to sew quite a bit in high school so I’m going to attempt to get going without a class, but I definitely have that at the back of my mind as something that would be helpful!

      February 5, 2018 at 7:40 am

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