Lucie sewed two stunning, but completely different, versions of the Classic Shirt pattern. She’s here to talk about her experience with the pattern in today’s Sew + Tell.
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sew + tell: maritime top for spring
Nothing says spring like a stripey Maritime Top. Masha sewed this one in French terry, perfect for fluctuating temperatures.
sew + tell: shelley’s kensington mini skirt
Shelley shortened the Kensington Knit Skirt to make a winter mini skirt using vintage fabric from a special source.
sew + tell: elisabeth’s belgravia knit dress
Elisabeth is here from the Advisors Circle to show off her version of the new Belgravia Knit Dress pattern, which she modified to a stylish midi length.
sew + tell: reeni’s hybrid hoodie
Reeni combined three of our patterns to make this bespoke hoodie for her daughter. She’s here to explain how she did it.
sew + tell: red velvet building block dress
Masha’s daughter designed her own red velvet dress with our Building Block Dress Book.
sew + tell: wedding wear
Claire sewed up bespoke wedding outfits for her children using two of our patterns, including one that you wouldn’t expect!
sew + tell: nicole’s all day shirts
Nicole sewed not one, but eight All Day Shirts for her husband. She is sharing some of her tips and tricks for smooth menswear sewing today.
sew + tell: james’s lace overlay all day shirt
Have you ever wondered how to make a shirt with a lace overlay? James made this one to wear to a gala, and is here to talk about how he did it.
sew + tell: elisabeth’s chaval coat
Sewing high-quality outerwear takes time, but it doesn’t have to be difficult, as Elisabeth is here to show us. She made a beautiful wool coat using our new Chaval Coat pattern.
sew + tell: red school days jacket
Sarah sewed a classic red wool/cashmere coat for her son using the School Days Jacket + Coat pattern.
sew + tell: cloud carousel dress
Emily from the Advisors Circle joins us to share an Oliver + S Carousel Dress that she made for her daughter. Come and see the cute result!
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