Hey stitching buddies! Welcome to this weeks round-up of recent patterns, stitching inspiration and a dose of stitching-related issues to maintain you entertained. Whether or not we’ve rain, shine or a little bit of every thing, we’ve bought loads to maintain your weekend crammed along with your favorite interest. Have an important Sunday everybody!
When Lilly’s evaluate popped up all of us bought very excited… a stitching venture for GARDENING! It’s really the dream make and goes straight to the to-sew listing (we’re avid gardeners too!)! Lilly used the favored Harlene dungarees by Service provider and Mills to sew up this sensible garment, we predict it’s fab.
Effectively, that is blooming pretty, isn’t it? Chuleenan @CSews made the Adrienne shirt from Friday Sample Firm on this daring and summery floral rayon. It’s an important summer time make.
Megan @Sewing_Scot joined the Zadie Appreciation Society along with her newest make, describing it as a “new favorite”! Made on this beautiful plum purple linen cloth, the Zadie jumpsuit from Paper Concept Patterns by no means fails to seize our hearts.
Kathy of @sewdainty has lastly came upon what all of the fuss is about along with her newest make. Involved about catching the signature huge sleeves on door handles, Kathy made the McCall’s M7969 with easier sleeves and added some elastic to create a cute gathered brief sleeve. She shared all the main points in her evaluate!
WOWZERS! Lena King stopped us in our tracks along with her show-stopping Paloma gown from Emporia Patterns made on this putting Ankara print wax cotton. The size of this gown showcases the print and Lena shares particulars of the making course of on her weblog, it’s a must-read!
It might be summer time right here within the UK (properly, that’s debatable), however Oh Sew Fearless who lives in New Zealand, is on her winter makes! This Opium coat from Deer and Doe “has the right swing” and is properly value the additional effort that goes into making a coat. It’s great!
We love a flouncy sleeve, and this one provides simply sufficient aptitude to a basic shirt silhouette. Natasha made the Morningside gown and shirt from French Navy Now on this enjoyable Hawaiian print and shared her ideas on the making course of on this evaluate!
Self drafting is a SUPERPOWER! Tabitha @tabithasewer has blown our minds with this dreamy birthday gown, it’s completely breathtaking! Tabitha recreated an costly designer gown for a fraction of the fee. And with out a sample…it’s magic! Make sure to comply with @tabithasewer as a result of this isn’t the primary (or final) wow-worthy gown!
Mel discovered the prettiest setting to seize her newest make, the Meridian gown from Papercut Patterns, don’t you suppose? We love the best way this sample ties round the back and front, and the enzyme washed linen Mel picked is the right pairing.
We love an Anthea shirt and we love a sample hack, so it’s no shock that we love Purple Stitching Cloud’s me-made creation! Samantha used the Anthea shirt sample from Anna Allen and hacked into this lovely gown by including a gathered skirt. We wish one!
We’ve had a stunning lot of indie stitching patterns hit the store this week. From new-to-us designer Kosedo Studio, to a swimsuit from Helen’s Closet that’s a great sample to your first go at stitching swimwear, PLUS two staple knit tops which you could make repeatedly. Completely satisfied searching!
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It’s THAT time in our stitching month for the Sew Down with Kate! Every month we carry you a rundown of a number of the attention-grabbing stuff we’ve discovered, purchased, learn and watched on the earth of stitching. Take a look at the newest Sew Down weblog publish, with video to maintain you entertained!
We’ve been tuning into Dressed: The Historical past of Style podcast once more as they’ve a FOUR-part sequence all about Dressing the Summer time Olympic Athlete. They focus on the place new relationships between vogue and Olympic athletes have been solid, ranging from the very starting. It’s an interesting pay attention!
If you happen to haven’t found this podcast earlier than, hosts Cassidy Zachary and April Calahan, discover the social and cultural histories behind the who, what, when of why we put on.
Preserve your eyes peeled for inspiration and concepts for utilizing up your scraps with the Sew Over 50 group problem which is kicking off TODAY! All through the month of August, the Sew Over 50 gang might be difficult contributors to make use of ‘waste’ cloth to make a garment. The intention is to make use of up cloth that’s already within the system, similar to your remnants, charity store or thrift cloth from property gross sales, classic materials, manufacturing waste, cloth picked up from cloth swap tables at meetups or from sewist’s destashes, discarded clothes or tablecloths or mattress linen.
The challenges is might be open to all and there might be prizes up for grabs, plus visitor editor posts to encourage and inform you. We’d higher get rifling by way of our remnants!
Love a easy but attention-grabbing make? The Cielo prime and gown by Closet Core Patterns is a simple venture that’s loaded with attention-grabbing particulars – it’s the right mixture! You may choose from stitching Cielo as a prime or gown, and select from easy cuffed sleeve or add drama to your make with the gathered lengthy sleeves. We’ve bought 4 doses of Cielo for you from our pretty reviewers.
1. Melissa’s view B Cielo
2. Deb’s view C Cielo
3. Dee’s view B Cielo
4. Laura’s view A Cielo
Che che che che cherry bomb! Tasha of @bygumbygolly might have made the MOST summer time Zadie jumpsuit from Paper Concept Patterns, don’t you suppose? We love the classic vibes of this make and couldn’t assist however spot these unimaginable footwear!
If you happen to haven’t already found Stitching Patterns by Masin, you’re in for a deal with! Jasmin studied vogue design in Melbourne, Australia and brings all these abilities to the unimaginable patterns she designs. Now primarily based in Switzerland, you’ll discover the patterns are cleverly designed and simple to stitch. They’re the patterns you will see your self making repeatedly!
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