You know, I was thinking the other day whether or not it is worth it for me to write a review of this pattern. I mean, who's not made it, right? It seems to me like everyone and their mother have made multiples of this pattern. And now that I've made both versions - the … Continue reading Kalle Shirtdress – Closet Case Patterns | Pattern Review
Hiya friends, hope you're all having a great day. I'm here with the return of the Freya. If you remember, back in December (ooh that rhymes haha!) I made the Freya dress and sweater version, and I was completely following the instructions/pattern, and they were great, I got plenty of compliments - well, who am … Continue reading Freya Dress – Stretch book by Tilly Walnes | Pattern Hack
When Helen first announced this pattern, I went ahead and bought it straight away, even though I knew I had to wait until June to start working on it. I was so excited as I really love pinafores. The design is pretty simple, but oh so versatile, the ideal layering piece to me. What is … Continue reading York Pinafore | Helen’s Closet | Pattern Review
Project started : March 5th 2018 Finished : March 22nd 2018 Version made : B (with cap sleeves and bow detail at the back waist) Fabric 2.6m of quilting cotton 110cm wide Notions 3 Gütermann Sew All 100m - used about 2.5 spools 1m fusible interfacing 1m bias tape, 12mm wide (the pattern doesn't tell … Continue reading Bleuet dress – Deer and Doe | Pattern review
Yaaay guys, I finally got my paws on Tilly's new book Stretch and at last made a garment from one of the patterns offered in the book. I decided pretty much when she first teased us with a glimpse of the cover that I wanted to make the garment she was wearing. At the time … Continue reading Stretch! by Tilly and the Buttons | Book Review | Joni Dress
Cleo pinafore and my new-to-me technique for edge and top stitching.
Pros: Very quick to make. No interfacing. Yoke is lined, giving you a very clean finish on the inside. Nice neckline detail with bias binding, providing option for contrasting neckline. Clear instruction, albeit short and sweet, or shall I say effective? Cons: The pattern is nested, but the lines are not varied in any … Continue reading Merchant And Mills’ Camber Dress Pattern Review