Elizabeth – The lucky blouse for your classic wardrobe; believe me, this is true, it brings good luck to all who wear it. This classic blouse pattern is sure to become a permanent feature of your wardrobe, so stick it out to the end! This classic blouse pattern is a … Continue reading →
Today I’ll be sharing with you the curvy girl’s perfect jeans blouse. What makes it perfect, you might ask? Well, I recently got to put it to the test, making it only in a matter of hours before hopping on a flight to Europe. That trip, which I only just … Continue reading →
This is my perfect jeans blouse, made in silk crape, elastic sleeves, slit collar, and hi-low hem. It is an elegant yet casual blouse that can be worn under a jacket. It can be the perfect blouse for work or dinner; worn on its own, or it could be the … Continue reading →
This is the placket pattern & tutorial. A placket is a detail often used in tailored shirts and blouses. This is one of the skills that will raise your sewing to the next level. But first, let’s make sure everyone knows what we’re talking about. According to Wikipedia: A placket (also spelled placquet) … Continue reading →
This weekend we’ll be making a short sleeve mid-length kimono pattern using the Linen V-top Pattern I shared with you recently. This is not the first kimono top I have shared with you. On the previous one, the top actually crosses over and you can tie the top in the … Continue reading →
About a year ago I began to see a disturbing trend on the streets. Some of the young ladies were walking around in what to me resembled pajamas. Now, I think when it comes to clothing, I am pretty opened minded. If I see anyone at the 7/11 buying milk wearing … Continue reading →
I know that this camisole top pattern will bring a smile to your face because it’s one of the most versatile patterns out there. All you need to do is change the type of fabric and you can make numerous tops; from comfy pajamas all the way to a lovely … Continue reading →
This late summer Linen V-Top pattern is my free and easy pattern for this weekend. Last week I shared with you my fabric hunting trip in Rome. So I thought I’d begin to use the fabric before it becomes just another memory in my stash of fabric (plus, the sooner … Continue reading →
Today we’ll be making you a 3/4 sleeves boho blouse. I know last week I promised to make flutter sleeves on an A-line top, but when I made the top I actually hated it. The end of the sleeves hit exactly where the flair began and in someone who is … Continue reading →
Tina is a summer top pattern, is the easy two-hour project I’m sharing with you this weekend. The trend this summer is to wear bike or yoga shorts. Personally, I find it awful, however, I can appreciate the practicality of this trend. It allows people to bike everywhere and teamed … Continue reading →
The Raglan sleeve blouse pattern is the perfect simple, easy, and free tutorial to get you to practice your sewing skills and advance to the next level. This blouse is for woven fabrics, but you can use a knit with a horizontal stretch if you want to. I feel like … Continue reading →
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