just wrangled a 22 foot hem with horsehair braid. nice.
Thank you! I just can’t get enough stripes in my wardrobe. :)
My new staple; an unlined twill jacket made using Colette Patterns’ Albion. I used plain cotton cord and added stripes to the toggles and buttons for a little something extra.
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Um awesome, we are pretty much shirt twins! I was looking for a plaid with blue and red to no ava…
I recently picked up some cotton flannel while visiting Portland, OR. What else would I make out of it but an Archer shirt?
Thanks, I think I’m with you on making multiples from this pattern. It’s a good one!
Thank you so much!
Thanks, it’s getting lots of use already! :)
Thanks! I agree, I’m big on leggings so any dress I can wear leggings with will get worn a lot!
Thank you so much, Mary!
An easy chambray dress made using Wiksten’s Tova pattern. I think it’s starting to turn me into a dress person!
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For my third go at the Grainline Studio Archer shirt pattern, I went with the classic version A. I’ve wanted something similar at j.crew, but this was much more affordable!
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A super laid-back make. I enjoyed making it, and enjoy wearing it even more!
Pattern: Saltspring Dress by Sewaholic Patterns
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I squeezed this dress out of a little Liberty knit yardage I had. So happy with the result! Made with Grainline’s Scout pattern, altered to…
A sweet nightgown I made for my sister using Ohhh Lulu’s Bambi bra pattern.
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Thanks, I love it too! Cheerful but not too in-your-face.
Thanks, it is super comfy! I did make the pattern – I’ll see about making it available in the fut…
Thanks! It is my own pattern (that could use a bit of tweaking), this was my first try. :)
A new comfy summer dress I’ve been wearing like crazy. Three-in-one, only in the sense it looks like separates from the back and a dress from the front!
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A sweet pajama set made with a cozy & cute pointelle knit (and a bit of seersucker!).
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I absolutely LOVE this combo of the mustard & stripes. All of the details are great, like the bin…
These are great! And yes, we do call them cigarette pants as well in the U.S. They look like the …
Wow, what a great story about the fabric- that makes it even more special! Looks like you did a b…
Basic, yes- but also a great colour and really nice fit!
Adorable. This looks sooo comfy and well done; what a great staple!
Thanks, Mary! The trick for the pocket was my trusty fabric glue stick.
Hit the city streets in adventurous looks with utilitarian details like cargo pockets and belts.
Twists on feminine classics, like a bold patterned shift dress and pants with a racing stripe.
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