I’m joining The Nina Blouse Tour today.
There are some awesome seamstresses on this tour and each creation is so delicate and beautiful! We have Olga, the super talented designer behind Coffee + Thread, to thank for this great pattern.
Did catch your copy of the latest One Thimble ezine? There are so many patterns in there I’m dying to try out. I tested one of the patterns, The Spirited Dress which is Candice Ayala debut into pattern making. And what a debut!
When you are trying to work yourself out of a sewing blues period it’s so gratifying to find a FREE pattern thats also a fast and easy sew and your end product is very cool!
… using patterns from Wardrobe by me!
Christinas patterns fit me perfectly, they are usually drafted for 172 cm height so I never have to do length adjustments and the curves hit me in all the right places although I have to grade out a little bit for the hips if it’s a fitted garment. But hey, you can’t have it all on a silver plate now can you?!
Well, hello again and Happy New Year!
It’s about time to get back into the game after a total radio silence since the end of November. I was feeling a bit burnt out after all the craziness in November and Desember so I needed a break from obligations and deadlines. I’ll start the new sewing year with a polo shirt for my hubby, not to shabby I think.
Hope you guys are ready for more cute dresses! I know Anita is always ready for a new dress so you just better be as well.
When you have a pattern with so many options and you love them all you just have to make more then one. Here is my Flora Dress number two.