The Moneta is a classic fitted bodice, gathered skirt dress, with a number of variations for different collars and sleeves. As if that weren’t great enough, it has in-seam pockets. I went with the …
Cream of the crop more like! (ba da boom)
Did you see Sew Caroline’s new Tank Dress pattern that just came out? It’s adorable!
It’s a very simple design which is excellent for beginners. However, the absence of a dart means that bustier…
One of the joys of getting more involved in the sewing blogosphere (and before you ask, dear non-sewing-readers, yes there is one!) is getting connected to other folks all over the world who also s…
As soon as I saw the Named Blair Batwing pattern, I immediately thought of my best friend from childhood, M, who’s a massive fan of cropped batwing tops. As her day job involves a uniform and she d…
I made another sashiko cushion, this time with a kit from A Threaded Needle. The method is genius!
More at my blog Cashmerette: http://cashmerette.blogspot.com/2014/03/sashiko-take-2.html
You’re welcome! Hope you’re able to use the technique :)
You’re welcome! Let me know if it works for you :)
I discovered a great technique for finishing seams and underlining in one – it ends up looking like a cross between a French Seam and a Hong Kong finish. It’s a perfect solution for silk or other …
Tutorial: Finish underlining and seams in one (a.k.a. “flatlining”)
I discovered a great technique for finishing seams and underlining in one – it ends up looking like a cross between a French Sea…
Another of my TNT skirt pattern! This time in silk faille.
Read more at my blog: http://cashmerette.blogspot.com/2014/03/make-it-again-sam.html
This is a perfect project for a baby gift because it’s super easy and only takes one evening! An instant quilt with no piecing.
Learn more at : http://cashmerette.blogspot.com/2011/12/whats-bet…
Struggling to get a perfect coverstitch on your serger or coverstitch machine? I put together a tutorial to get it perfect every time!
Full details at:http://cashmerette.blogspot.com/2012/04/cov…
I host regular crafternoons at my house with a group of lovely ladies, and most recently we made glove squirrels!
Full tutorial link and details at my blog: http://cashmerette.blogspot.com/2014/…
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 :)
Sewing & Techniques
Check out this step-by-step on sewing our wrapped and pleated mini skirt
What do you think of these summery styles?
Check out the debut of this lovely designer style pattern with angular pleats
Behind the seams with Marina von Koenig Part 1
Dreamy dresses, floral prints, and cute spring tops.
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