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Mini Hudson Pant in French Terry

Posted by Rosey Huf on

Mini Hudson Pant in French Terry

Hi, my name is Rosey Huf and I live in Adelaide with my two beautiful boys (aged 4 and 34). I learnt to sew on my mother's lap and am passionate about sustainable garment construction and minimising textile waste in landfill. I am in the beginning stages of launching my own sustainable clothing label for dapper little dudes called the.tiny.tailor on IG. Rarely do I sew for myself, mostly I make gifts for friends, and family. Case in point - the Mini Hudson Pants for my littlest one. While the rest of Instagram and Indie pattern makers in the northern hemisphere...

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Named Gemma Sweater in French Terry

Posted by Jenya Thompson on

Named Gemma Sweater in French Terry

 Do you have a favourite season? Mine are spring and summer. I find I slow down once temperatures start to drop and days get shorter. My solution to get on top of winter blues are soft fabrics and colour. And chocolate.  I have been dreaming of making the Gemma sweater by Named clothing for a very long time. Every time I saw someone post their version of this pattern I asked myself how come I haven't made it yet. Well, now I have!   This is such a clever pattern. It is practically an open invitation to have a go at...

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Named Talvikki Sweater in French Terry

Posted by Renee Stokes on

Named Talvikki Sweater in French Terry

Hi everyone! This is my first post as a guest blogger for MaaiDesign. I'm Renee, I've been sewing for around 4 years and I just love it. I especially like sewing with high-quality fabrics and using indie and Japanese sewing patterns. You can find me on Instagram @stokesrenee. So, when choosing the fabric for this Named Talvikki Sweater, my big question was - is it going to be stretchy enough to fit over my head??? During my 'research' into the pattern, I had come across some disaster stories of people completing the sweater and not actually being able to put it on because of...

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Make This Simple Stylish Top With A FREE Sewing Pattern

Posted by Nicola Stachurski on

Make This Simple Stylish Top With A FREE Sewing Pattern

free ruffle top sewing pattern made in crepe fabric

Here is a fabulous free pattern to make up using either MaaiDesign's Rayon and Viscose, or the French Terry.

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See You At Six french terry dress

Posted by Lightning McStitch on

See You At Six french terry dress

When new See You At Six fabrics arrive at Maaidesign it pays to be quick. I was lucky to score one of the last few remnants of this fabulous, floral French terry and had just enough to squeeze out a little sweater dress. (Butterick B6494) A raglan sleeve dress pattern is a great way to use a smaller cut of fabric as the pattern pieces are shorter, and with this dress pattern having princess seams front and back, there were multiple small pieces to cut. It was only a moderately hard puzzle to fit it all on my fabric. But ultimately...

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