We love Neha’s mashup of the Strasbourg Henley and the Garibaldi Skirt to create the perfect night dress!
mire’s strasbourg henley makes: same shirt, different fabric
We love these Strasbourg Henley makes by Mire! See how a pattern transforms depending on fabric selection.
asmita’s garibaldi skirt
We love the vibrant red Garibaldi Skirt sewn by Asmita! Asmita shares how she quickly added a lining to the skirt.
erica’s peckham trousers
Erica is sharing her stretch denim Peckham Trousers and how she got the fit just right.
melanie’s garibaldi skirt
Melanie from the Advisors’ Circle is sharing a beautiful Garibaldi Skirt showcasing an amazing vintage print. She made some quick adjustments that really elevated the skirt. Take it away, Melanie!
mire’s neighborhood jacket
We love the jacket Mire made from the Neighborhood Sweatshirt + Hoodie pattern and softshell fabric. Mire will stay warm and dry in this make!
virginia’s split hem bento tee
We love the cozy Bento Tee that Virginia made with a sweater knit fabric. She added a split hem giving the make a really polished look!
neha’s noord sweatshirt
In need of some fall inspiration? Neha is sharing two versions of the Noord Sweatshirt that look perfect for cooler days!
kathy’s lisette for butterick B6901 vest
Kathy is sharing her new B6901 Lisette for Butterick vest! Click through to see how she adjusted the length to fit her proportions.
asmita’s camp shirt and lisboa pajamas
Asmita has created a stylish linen pajama set using the Camp Shirt and Lisboa shorts. The fabric choice and the extra details make a luxurious pairing!
melanie’s rush hour pop-on peplum
When you spend so much time working on a handmade garment, you want to maximize how you can wear it. Melanie from the Advisor’s Circle is sharing how she adapted the Rush Hour dress to be convertible. With this modification, she can wear the dress two ways!
tutorial: how to make a digital inspiration board
A new season is approaching, and it is time to start putting together sewing plans. Lyndsey is discussing how to create digital inspiration boards using free online tools.
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