This week: Rosy
Sometimes Caitlin and I will get to work and find we match each other. Both of us have an affinity for gingham, navy, stripes, and chambray, which can lead to some embarassingly matchy-matchy days.
But I don’t think I’ve ever seen Caitlin match the project she was sewing quite this well.
I’m excited to say that I approved all the proofs for the two new Fall patterns this week! Above are the proofs for the pattern sheets, which were the last pieces in need of approval. In a few weeks, we’ll have everything ready for binding, gluing, assembly, and finally… finally… shipment in September!
In the meantime, I’m starting to sketch ideas for Spring. Does anyone have any thoughts? I always lean toward dresses for Spring because that’s what I like to wear in warm weather
Have a fantastic weekend, everyone. Here are some links Casey put together for us to peruse:
- Incorporating a back neckline dart can create a better fit in some cases.
- Altered a pattern that throws off the grainline? Here are some thoughts on what to do.
- A cute, self-drafted peplum pencil skirt tutorial.
- Some darling inspirations from a 1940s booklet on gingham and cross stich embroidery.
- If you have never bought a sewing machine before, some things to consider before your purchase.
- Pins and pinning basics from Susan Khalje.
- Darts in the way of your perfect design (or obscuring an oversized print)? Check out how to remove them altogether.
- Create a handy guide for serger thread tension, so it’ll never be a mystery which tension dial to adjust again!
- A quick overview on adjusting a fitted pencil skirt to double box pleats.
- End this summer (or celebrate it’s coming) with a yummy, homemade rootbeer. (Perfect for sipping with sewing!)