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Introducing the next pattern…the Renfrew Top!

I’m excited to interrupt the Minoru Sew-Along to introduce the latest pattern from Sewaholic Patterns… the Renfrew Top! The Renfrew Top is the perfect basic tee. Great for layering, it fits perfectly under the Minoru Jacket. Cosy and comfortable for wearing on the weekend! This is the knit top pattern for people who dislike sewing […]

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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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Hello 2012, and Happy New Year!

Happy New Year, everyone! (source) So this is the year I turn thirty. And probably the year I get married. And it’ll be my second year in business. Kind of an exciting time, don’t you think? Last year, I didn’t make resolutions but talked about some things I wanted to accomplish this year. This year, […]

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Valerie’s Minoru Jacket

More and more Minoru Jackets are starting to appear! I’ve seen a few more pattern tester’s versions, and there are even people who’ve already made up the pattern since it was released. So exciting! I love sharing them with you guys. You never know which version is going to be the one that inspires you […]

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Lauren’s Minoru Jacket

Happy Friday! Today I have another awesome pattern tester’s Minoru Jacket to share with you. You may have already seen Lauren from Lladybird’s white Minoru jacket, but in case you haven’t, here it is! Click to check out Lauren’s blog post on pattern testing, and see about twenty more photos of her jacket from all […]

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Rachel’s Minoru Jacket

Another Minoru Jacket from pattern testing! Rachel from Melbourne used a waterproof cotton canvas fabric, in a fun shade of pink. Talk about brightening up a rainy day! Rachel used a cotton print for the main lining, but lined the sleeves with a slippery fabric so it would be easy to wear over sweaters (jumpers). […]

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