A linen Alder dress from grainline patterns, dyed using natural indigo.
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By Hand London’s Elisalex with a simple gathered skirt. More on the blog
By Hand London’s Flora dress in Nani Iro double gauze.
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Pattern hack with Colette’s Laurel shift dress and Grainline’s Madewell Scout tutuorial.
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I drafted my own bodice block for this dress and copied the style lines of Colette’s Peony dress, I then used the pattern pieces for the skirt.
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I’ve bought fabric a few times now, shipping is pretty quick and inexpensive. Hopefully she star…
Another quick top using Deer & Doe’s Datura pattern. Love this pattern, I was able to sew it up in one evening.
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This past weekend was WET here on the west coast. And, because of the rain I was able to putter away in my sewing studio for much of the weekend without any guilt. I was a little unsure of the sha…
My take on Simplicity 1590 using a modern Japanese print. This was my first time trying the print at home option with Simplicity patterns and I don’t think it is something I would do again. There…
I finally gave one of the Big 4 pattern companies another shot., here is my version of Butterick 5744. I used a lovely floral rayon that drapes beautifully and feels incredible to touch.
This dress was inspired by a pin I saw on pinterest.
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Very cute, I might just have to make my own soon!
This skirt started out with white rayon batiste. I died it then altered Sewaholic’s Crescent skirt to be a maxi skirt.
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Colour blocked Datura blouse using a lightweight cotton voile.
Colette’s Iris shorts sewn in a navy stretch linen blend.
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