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A Monochrome Spot Swirl Quilted Tamarack

Posted by Katie Freeland on

A Monochrome Spot Swirl Quilted Tamarack

What do you get when you mix double gauze, batting, flannel, gold spots, pattern mathematics genius and the Tamarack pattern...?

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Gathered sleeve top in Atelier Brunette Stardust double gauze

Posted by Beata Khaidurova on

Gathered sleeve top in Atelier Brunette Stardust double gauze

The transitional seasons, spring and autumn, often inspire me to analyse and work on my wardrobe. The changing of the weather serves as a reminder to check in on the items I'm wearing often, let go of anything that I'm not in love with, and figure out if there are any gaps in my wardrobe. This autumn, I realised I was lacking simple but polished tops, the sort that are easy to throw on with a pair of jeans but are more elevated than a t-shirt. This top was my effort at remedying this problem!My name is Beata, and I...

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A winter Issie Top for me + a discount code

Posted by Maaike Baudry on

A winter Issie Top for me + a discount code

My daughter wasn't happy when she saw my new top, the Issie top by Sewpony. Why? Well, I made her a long-sleeved raglan T-shirt last winter in the same fabric and apparently she is no longer keen on twinning. :( We had so much fun twinning a few months back in Melbourne, when she was wearing the Issie top I had made for her. We got lots of surprised and positive reactions making her very shy. She's growing up so quickly and is rapidly outgrowing all kids patterns. So the good news is, Suz from Sewpony has recently launched the Issie pattern in teens and...

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Moonstone Shirtdress for the sunshine

Posted by Elizabeth Brennan on

Moonstone Shirtdress for the sunshine

Rayon is the most delightful of all summer fabrics, cool & easy care, it's the perfect choice for a summer shirtdress.

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How a jersey dress became a jersey jumper

Posted by Maaike van Besien on

How a jersey dress became a jersey jumper

  This is a story of indecisiveness... When it comes to clothes, I suffer badly from this "ailment". Having a large variety of fabrics at my disposal probably doesn't help either, but at least it allows me to try a few different things. So last week I decided to finally make the jersey dress designed by Emily from In the Folds for Peppermint Magazine. It's a free pattern, and I had spotted some great examples on other blogs like this one from Sewing with Kate. I've used a number of sewing patterns designed by Emily before (they are always great)...

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