Are you sick of all this fabric-geek-tech stuff yet, or are you enjoying the real nitty-gritty of how fabric is made? I have a new post on the BurdaStyle blog this month covering manufactured fibers like polyester, nylon, spandex, and … Continue reading
archive for April 2010
It’s always fun to get a peek into a designer’s process: Tula Pink, via True Up How to convert a pattern into a downloadable pdf: BurdaStyle I really need to get myself a subscriptions to Uppercase Photos of the volcano … Continue reading
We are very pleased to announce the first Oliver + S fabric collection, City Weekend, produced by Moda. Here’s a preview for you. City Weekend debuts next month at Quilt Market, where fabric store buyers place orders for the following … Continue reading
French seams give the wrong side of a garment a clean, finished appearance. This is an especially useful finish for very lightweight or sheer fabrics where a zigzagged or serged seam allowance might be visible. But it can also help … Continue reading
We’re pleased to announce that the Spring, 2010, issue of Stitch features an exclusive, new Oliver + S pattern: the Ruffled Halter. The issue also features a profile piece on Oliver + S written by Anne Merrow, who spent a … Continue reading
What are you to do if you’re in New York (Fort Green Brooklyn, specifically) and you’re looking for some help and camaraderie while you sew our Swingset Tunic and Skirt pattern this spring? You register for the upcoming class at … Continue reading
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