I hit up my Seamwork library again for the Veronica pattern, and she did not disappoint. I have so many good things to say about this pattern! First of all, the silhouette of this dress is just perfect. Its flattering and modest, and so very classic. I want to compare it to the Staple Dress, […]

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  • My remembering to add pockets tip: trace off extra copies of your favorite pocket piece and store a pocket in with the pattern pieces of a pattern you want to make again with pockets. My fave is from the true bias southport and I’m about to add them into a McCall’s maxi dress to wear to a wedding.ReplyCancel

I thought today would be as good as any to showcase my Ogden cami’s. I have been making them almost daily, and most days I have made two or three. I’ve already show you a couple here and here, and today I’ll show some more. Its just such a good pattern that yields a great […]

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I have been on a serious Ogden making kick. Everyday Layla asks me how many I plan to make that day. Yep, it’s that addicting. But good addicting. It’s a great staple piece for the wardrobe and a great stash buster. I’ve been using so many fabrics I love but didn’t have a purpose for […]

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  • Love your camis, Meredith! This hack is good to have in my back pocket. I have made 2 Ogdens in the last week and am hoping to make a dress version this week. It is such a great pattern!ReplyCancel

I love making clothes, but for the longest time, storing the pattern pieces in a way that made sense baffled me. I tried rolling. I tried keeping them flat. And I always misplaced the instructions. It seemed like they just took up a ton of room, and going back to reuse one was a long […]

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  • Such a brilliant plan – I’ve seen something similar but couldn’t figure out what those hangers actually look like and where you can buy them! Thank you :) also keeping your instructions in binders is a brilliant idea too. I keep mine in boxes but there is going to come a day when that just isn’t practical space-wise.ReplyCancel