a springy summery printed coton look
the second part of the trousers tutorials shows how to adapt the pattern to your morphology
a second version sporty chic
the first part of a tutorial showing how to draft a made-to-measure pattern from scratch
I wanted a nice and shabby coat, but light and fluid
a man shirt refashion
linen and suede summer man jacket
refashioning a classic dress by cutting out the collar
simple two panels leather skirt with raw hem
a skirt made of furnishing fabric
How to transform a large pleated sweater into a cape
simple cut but awfully complex to sew
a method extracted from Teresa Gilewska pattern making book
the full text is here: http://en.inthemoodforcouture.com/how-to-draw-the-pattern-for-a-raglan-sleeve/
fitted, curved waist coat with two or three ranges of buttons
watch out here the step-by-step tutorial:
simple, straight, patternless skirt
simple yet effective transformation: by cutting the sleeves and turning the jacket upside down.
Sewing panels instead of sleeves
You can find here all the steps for building a custom shawl collar. With plenty of drawings
a wrap dress in wool jersey
simple refashion project: taking one large man shirt and transforming into a destructured one. no straps
simple coat with underlining.
simple 3-holes dress with a sweater made in the same fabric
The last part of the fitting trousers series.
A simple straight west with a zipper and two welt pockets.
Second out of three tutorials on adjusting pants and avoiding unwanted pleats
Transforming a men jeans into a sleeveless top
transforming jeans into a top.
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The lines of Greek architecture inspire this neutral and pastel collection.
Meg's Magazine Mash Up!
Check out Meg's variation of our Drawstring Gym Shorts, and see how she made them high-fashion!
Meet this seamstress, mom, jeans lover, and the instructor of our digital pattern drafting course!
Pattern of the Week
This timeless style ties at the back and looks stunning at formal events
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