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Laura Mae’s Cambie Dress

I’m a big fan of Laura Mae’s sewing projects. Have you seen her gorgeous vintage creations? This one is my favourite – so much work! So I was really excited to have her as a pattern tester for the Cambie Dress. I was looking forward to see what she made, and here it is! See […]

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Mary’s Cambie Dress

Today I wanted to share Mary’s lovely Cambie Dress from pattern testing. She used a cotton batik print and sewed up the A-line skirt version. Isn’t it gorgeous? She says she’s had plenty of compliments on the dress, and I can see why. It’s lovely on her! Click here to visit her blog and read […]

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Molly’s Cambie Dress

I’m totally loving Molly’s version of the Cambie Dress! It’s something I would definitely wear. This is the dress I’ll be living in this summer! (Well, not Molly’s dress of course, but my own versions…as I add a floral print Cambie with a gathered skirt to my sewing wishlist…) Floral print, full skirt and pockets! […]

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Susan’s Cambie Dress

Susan from Knitters Delight (who knits and sews, don’t let the blog title fool you) made a lovely Cambie Dress during pattern testing! See how gorgeous it looks on her, with more photos here! I love her version. It’s extremely chic, modern yet vintage-inspired. I’m a fan of obvious and loud prints, but I really […]

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Cambie Dress in Vivid Printed Linen

Happy Monday, everyone! I’m thrilled to hear all the good feedback on the new pattern, the Cambie Dress. There’s always room in our pattern drawers for one more pretty dress pattern! If you missed Friday’s announcement, here’s the link: Introducing the Next Pattern… the Cambie Dress! Here’s another version of the Cambie Dress, this time […]

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Louise’s Minoru Jacket

While we’re talking about Minoru Jackets and preparing for the Sew-Along, I thought I’d point out more finished Minoru Jackets around the blog world! If you haven’t picked a fabric yet, maybe this bold print that Louise used will get you inspired. It’s wild and loud and I love it! It makes a statement for […]

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