Tribute Month is finally here!!! It’s been a lot of work getting the Sewcialists blog up and running, but I’m so thrilled with the awesome team of volunteers who are making this theme month happen. I’ve got a few projects planned for Tribute Month, and I decided to start with the easiest: Meg from Cookin’ … More Tribute Month: Meg from Cookin’ and Craftin’!
Behold – I’ve done more pattern testing with a woven! Here I’ve used a Fabricland rayon challis to sew up the new Suki Kimono pattern by Helen’s Closet, and I love it. The pattern has some really nice details that make it a skill-builder for beginners and a nice rewarding sew for intermediates. In-seam pockets … More Suki Kimono by Helen’s Closet
This, my friends, is a pattern and fabric match made in heaven! I’ve been wearing it every evening since I made it (ok, and some days, and I even slept in it once or twice!) and it’s held up beautifully. No wrinkles, no bagging, and manages to be cosy but breathable. I’m in love! The fabric … More Blackwood Cardigan in Double Brushed Poly
Today I’m happy to get to share about the new Blackwood Cardigan pattern from Helen’s Closet! It’s a lovely simple pattern, but thoughtfully drafted with some nice details. Here’s how Helen describes the pattern: “The Blackwood Cardigan is a cozy and versatile addition to your wardrobe. Designed with layering in mind, it has minimal excess … More Pattern Testing: Helen’s Closet Blackwood Cardigan