Another classic Sewaholic Renfrew, this time with an amazing striped doubleknit from EmmaOneSock (still available!).
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Thanks Mary! Thank heavens for a little bit of summer in the long NorthEast winter…
Another maxi for my Mexican vacation! This time I used a stripy rayon that I bought ages ago from Britex in San Francisco, and I made a purple Renfrew with Liberty binding to go with it. The skirt …
I made a very simple self-drafted gathered skirt, with a straight waistband and an invisible zipper in the back. I also used the selvedges to make hemming and finishing the waistband easy – result!…
Thanks so much! It took forever but I’m pleased with the final result :)
Hi! I use clothes hangers and a clothes rail to store my pattern pieces (I use the hangers for pa…
You’re welcome! I hope it’s helpful.
I’m glad it can be helpful! And I would love to see you final coat!
Thanks very much!
I pulled together all the best advice I followed for making my first coat… Hope it’s helpful!
Thank you Olga! I worked hard on the fit :)
I can’t quite believe it, but I made a winter coat! Simplicity 1759 with a self-drafted collar based on another coat I have. It’s Marc Jacobs boucle wool from Mood, Thinsulate and Kasha lining (fle…
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Wow, very professional!
Thanks! The vertical FBA helped a lot with those pesky underarm drag lines :)
My latest Renfrew! I made a vertical-only FBA and finished it off with pre-made bias binding. A quick one evening make, and hopefully a wardrobe staple.
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Thanks! I’ve ready made it another 5 times :D
Thanks! I wish I could see from my stash more often :)
Unfortunately not :( Spoonflower did give me a refund, and now I’ve moved on to more traditional …
Thanks! They’re pretty quick to sew up and it’s so fun to use quilting cotton :)
I combined two patterns to create a fixed wrap dress. Made with mystery fabric from the Goldhawk road in London! Some kind of knit….
Read more at http://cashmerette.blogspot.co.uk/2013/02/making…
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