Recently the Duchess of Cambridge toured Germany and of course her wardrobe was fabulous. It helps that she’s slender and tall and her clothes hang nicely. But not everything she wears is fancy; she has a penchant for Breton tops. Like the one that inspired me.
Sometimes the simplest of patterns brings the most satisfaction. Pattern Simplicity 1920 is one of those coordinates patterns – “Misses’ Skirt, Top, Jacket, Scarf and Belt”. I bought it early last year and sewed two tops, two belts and a skirt at the time. I like the shape of the tops – the deep scoop… Continue reading Simplicity 1920 ~ Third Time Around
Great information for any of us who have blogs and post photos. And these tips are now on my to do list for this weekend. Source: Tip Tuesday: Hey! That’s my baby! (and my photo) – Sewing with Sarah
Maybe I don’t need to spend $70 for something to sleep in.
Rushing through a sewing project never leads to good results.
It’s only marginally easier to sew for a man than for a cat.
Nancy Zieman’s Pivot and Slide method got me thinking that I could fit a button-down blouse.