This is a sewing pattern I've wanted to tackle for a long time. I've already sewn a few jackets and dresses with continuous dividing seams, but I still had to code this into my program.
I love the so-called Princessline patterns. Instead of sometimes hard darts, soft transitions are sewn and everything is somehow flowing and harmonious.
Let's begin the new year with a new video.
I have made a little introduction to the functionality of my website and will set it as channel trailer on youtube.
I call this my blanket dress. It is made from a thicker, dark-gray wool and so long an cuddly like a blanket!
Yes, I am one of these, I am always cold. :D
I might have chosen a higher fitting class, so that there is more ease. The bodice is a bit tight when I layer a sweater underneath. But you can change that if you want to sew one of these, too. ;)
I have lined the bodice, but the pattern includes facings for neck and armholes, too.
How about a hoodie jacket in these freezing temperatures?
This one is made from black cotton french terry and has of course pockets! You can get the pattern in the T-Shirt/Sweater pattern kit.
Today there are dresses. :)
The two airy linen dresses with short puffed sleeves have already been packed away for the winter and will be out in the fresh air again next year. But I also already have fabrics for warm winter dresses here. The new pattern kit will come in handy there.
I'll try my hand at one or the other sewing video.
Number one shows the manufacturing process of a turtleneck shirt, including the creation of a pattern with the
T-shirt pattern kit. Read more
Okay, honestly, I love this pattern. :D Skirts and dresses just suit me best, but sometimes a skirt just doesn't fit for #reasons. A skirt on the roller coaster - you can do it, but do you want to? ;) A case for coulottes!
Let's continue with the summer wardrobe! Another skirt, this time with inverted pleats opening out of the darts.
In the meantime, some parts for my summer wardrobe 2022 have been sewn. I will gradually introduce them and with them the patterns, if they are new.
We'll start with a simple skirt that has two narrow folds on each side: Violet.