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A Cambie Wedding Dress!

While I’m showcasing some of the amazing things people have made with Sewaholic Patterns, I had to include this one – a Cambie Wedding Dress! This beautiful dress was sewn and worn by Gemini for her wedding last year. Isn’t it striking? I love the bright purple colour, if you’re going to be non-traditional why […]

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Molly’s Animal-Print Robson Trench Coat

Another Robson Trench Coat to share today! It’s turning into trench coat season and I’m pumped. I’ve been wearing my blue one nearly every day since I took it home and I am loving it! I can’t wait to make another, perhaps in a more subtle colour than bright royal blue. Molly was a pattern […]

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Sasha’s Robson Coat

Another Robson Coat from pattern testing to share today! Sasha used a cotton-nylon blend like my sample, I could almost tell just from the photos because it has that same natural texture. (That and she mentioned it in her feedback and blog post.) I quite like this blue colour, it’s not an in-your-face kind of […]

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A Robson Coat with Underlining!

The Robson Coat pattern might be unlined, but Melissa’s Robson Coat is underlined! I had to share this on the blog. Look at her amazing colour combination! That is a fantastic print to have on the inside of your coat, don’t you think? Here’s the link to her blog post, detailing the construction and her […]

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Robson Coats By You!

Want to see more versions of the Robson Coat? You got it! Now that the pattern has been released, pattern tester coats are popping up and I’m excited to share them with you here. It always helps to see more than one version of a pattern, to get an idea of what it will look […]

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Introducing the next pattern…the Robson Coat!

I’m excited to introduce the newest pattern from Sewaholic Patterns today… the Robson Coat! Every woman needs a classic trench coat. Even better if it’s in a fabulous colour with shiny gold buttons! Rounded edges at the collar, flaps and pocket welts are feminine and retro-inspired, for a softer look and a contrast to the […]

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