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Today I want to talk fabric options for our latest pattern, the Sasha Trousers. This pattern was designed for stretch
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We launched the Sasha Trousers this week, and I couldn’t be happier about adding this wardrobe staple to your closet, and
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I’ve had my dream pants pattern in mind for a while now. They would be slim fitting with a little
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When I found out I was heading in for my third round of surgery in 12 months I made the decision that it was important to have some sassy sleepwear ready for my recovery. I hunted around for some delightful fabrics that conveyed “recuperation with style AND sophistication” to really hit home that this was…read more
Our new pattern expansion for the Kalle Shirtdress is now available in our shop, and I’m super happy to offer it to
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Since Sophie was released, there’s been a million and one amazing makes of this swimsuit. The consensus: it is well drafted, stylish, and achievable. But I can’t be the only one thinking looks great, but will it fit my mega-boobs? Let’s be real, that’s what I’m thinking about every swimsuit pattern ever, while giving it…read more
jacket – Kelly anorak // top – Dear Creatures // jeans – self-drafted // shoes – Swedish Hasbeens Sometime last year I developed a huge affinity for anorak style jackets. Before that I’d been partial to peacoats and what I’ve dubbed “sleeping bag coats“, but I guess technically before that I lived in Boston where […]read more
I’ve still got a few more summer projects that I haven’t shared yet, so bear with me here! Although, to be fair – we should be well within the throes of summer heat for at least the next month here (yes, it did warm up again!). I made this dress a couple of months ago, […]read more
I hope y’all are ready to look at some fancy shit today. Behold, my newest set of pajamas – also known as the most expensive thing I sleep in 😛 A few months ago, I was contacted by Josephine’s Dry Goods to try out a piece of Liberty fabric from their staggering collection. They actually […]read more
Kia ora fellow sewing mavens! Being a gal “workin’ for the man” full time, I’m somewhat lacking in sewing time (and let’s be honest, patience), I want each pattern I purchase to work multiple ways, preferably straight out of the packet. I want those garments to work on a drizzly Auckland Monday in July, or…read more
Today we are wrapping up posts on our Charlie Caftan pattern with this tutorial on sewing a V neckline with
Generally we would have written a post on pattern adjustments a little earlier, but since we bumped up the tutorial
Last week we walked you through sewing the inset panel of your Charlie Caftan; today we’ll focus on beautifully finishing
When I started working on our Charlie Caftan, I was conscious of designing something simple and gratifying to sew, with
Hey there! Today I want to talk fabric for our new Charlie Caftan Pattern. Thankfully you have a lot of
Summer is in full swing now, and that means that we’re starting to get our first glimpses of fall patterns for 2017. Butterick and Simplicity both released their fall collections this past month. We had a ton of indie releases in June, but as someone still very much in a summer mindset as a northern…read more
Hello caftan lovers! I never knew there were so many of you out there, but judging by the smash success
I thought I’d share my tips for sewing the bodice panel into view B of the Charlie Caftan from Closet Case Patterns. These steps are covered in pages 13-15 of the PDF instructions. As the instructions tell you, accuracy is … Continue reading →read more
I am reaaaallly excited about this one. We are going through a serious heat wave in Montreal right now, when
Our sewalong for the Kalle Shirt & Shirtdress pattern is now complete (you can see all the posts in the
You ask, we listen. We designed our bestselling Kelly Anorak to resemble some of the RTW anoraks we were inspired
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The first step with any great sewing project is choosing the perfect fabric. Thankfully our Kalle Shirt & Shirtdress works
Welcome to the first day of the Kalle Shirt + Shirtdress Sewalong! We’ll be covering construction of the Kalle pattern
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Growing a business is challenging for a lot of reasons, and one of the things I’ve struggled with the most
I have a well-documented love for the Ginger Jeans pattern. In fact, I love making (and wearing!) this pattern so much, that I just stopped posting about it. After you finish the 10th pair of pants, it just feeling way too fucking redundant to keep posting the same pattern praise over and over again. Needless to […]read more