The Fraser Sweatshirt is one of those quick, easy, and satisfying projects. It sews up in a flash and doesn’t take up a lot of fabric, such a winner in my books! I think the trickiest bit in this garment is sewing the set-in collar for View C. It can be a bit tough to […]
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Our Dunbar Top has a really cool knit binding finish. It looks super professional, and it stretches and moves nicely so that you can work out without worrying about popping stitches. There are many ways to sew a knit binding as a neckline or armhole finish. I particularly like this method because all raw edges […]
Gussets!!! They’re kind of intimidating right? We’ve had some requests for a tutorial on sewing the gusset in the Pacific Leggings, so I am here today to do just that! I’ll outline our technique for inserting a gusset into these leggings, step-by-step, with loads of photos and some extra tips and tricks. Let’s do this. Start off […]
Last week I promised to show you how easy it is to add a back vent to the Robson Trench coat. It’s as simple as a small pattern adjustment and an extra step in construction. This trench doesn’t need a back vent, there is plenty of room built into the shape of the coat. I […]
Hey, everyone! Guess what? I wrote a guest post for Sew, Mama, Sew! It’s called Seven Essential Sewing Skills and it’s up right now. Stop by the Sew, Mama,Sew! blog and read which sewing skills I’ve listed as the seven essential ones, with plenty of tutorial links for each one!
Happy Monday, everyone! I have a surprise for you today – a guest post! The cheerful and talented Sunni from A Fashionable Stitch kindly offered to write up a tutorial on how to add shirring to the Lonsdale Dress. Did you see her beautiful turquoise polka-dot version earlier this month? It’s so pretty, and the […]