Sew Here We Go!

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Spring is HERE!

What an exciting time. June is here in all its glory. April showers brought May flowers and mine are all in bloom! It’s the start of a new season. What a perfect time to start a new blog about sewing, soon to be full of tips and tricks to get you through your sewing projects. My first project was a sewing tutorial on the Style Arc Ziggi Moto Jacket. I piled tons of photos in the Ziggi sewing tutorial in hopes it helps you visualize your project and get you through to the finish line with a jacket you will be proud to wear. I kept going with a few makes from Style Arc such as the Lauren Boyfriend Shirt and the Sasha shirt. Lauren made it to the blog so far. Much more to come in the future. I’m trying out all kinds of indie patterns along with the major companies we all know so well too. Please come back often and check out what’s new! I’ve put a search link at the bottom to help you find the pattern tutorial you’re looking for. Keep in mind the tutorials in my blog are based on how I constructed the garment and not necessarily how the designer had in mind. All my comments are my opinion and only my opinion… Sew…here we go!


New Look 6435

Sew… I worked on this older pattern from New Look, 6435, and was quite surprised how well it turned out. I just love this style jacket and wanted something not too formal, but dressy and different for an evening out to dinner. I purchased a nice stretch cotton sateen from Mood Fabrics out of New York and some black rope…

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Wren / Buttrick 6684 Combination Blouse

It’s ALIVE! Frankenstein was made from several parts, hence the “Frankensteining” of sewing patterns is the idea of combining two or more patterns to make your own design. I’ve taken this concept to combine the Chalk & Notch Wren blouse bodice with the Butterick 6684 flounced sleeves to make this beauty below: Sew…Here we GO! I love the Chalk &…

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Kwik Sew 4160 Tutorial

Summer time, summer time. It’s time to get that summer time wardrobe in check. I was looking for something breezy and cute to pair with jeans or shorts, but I didn’t want the typical tank top or T-shirt. I perused through my stash of patterns and came across this…Kwik Sew 4160 is a flattering top designed for knits. Options include…

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