Tag Archives: Garment Sewing

Who’s ready for another Ogden Cami hack? The version I’m showing you today is a peplum top that I made a month ago, but forgot to take pictures of! Anyway, its an easy peasy modification that can take you from a light summer top to a dress! I like to pair mine with my favorite…

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I was recently asked by a long time client to make some matching dresses for her two girls, eight in all. The first six were made pretty quickly, and were such fun to put together! The last two however, required some element of patience because the fabric (Betsy Lemonade), which is exclusive to a shop…

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Today I’m popping in to show off my latest Cleo for the Cleo skirt showcase at Made by Rae. I couldn’t resist using some giant gingham from Cotton + Steel! A classic skirt silhouette paired with what is arguably one of the most classic fabric designs in modern history is a match made in heaven….

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Sometimes I come across a print and just have to have it. When I saw Rashida Coleman Hale’s Nanners lawn I knew straight away Wallace needed a Sketchbook shirt in the fabric. It’s just too good.  I’ve been saving up some fabrics to update his wardrobe with more Sketchbook Shirts, and this one needed to…

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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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