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Testing the Carolina Cami- August 1st-14th- Testing Application

Testing the Carolina Cami- August 1st-14th- Testing Application

Alrighty, its time again for another Test. Testing will take place Saturday, August 1st-14th . I will email all patterns and instructions that morning by 10 am Mountain Standard time. Garment Description- The Carolina Cami is a faux wrap camisole with a wider spaghetti strap and a slight v-neck back, suitable for a layering piece [...]

Simple Hack, Big Impact

Simple Hack, Big Impact

By Kate from Sewing from Scratch Most of us sewists are always looking for ways to stand out, wear unique garments, and express our beautiful selves through our wardrobe. Pattern designers have given us great starting points with their products, but what about when you’re bored with everything you’re sewing and want to add a [...]

No Pattern Needed: Side Split Cap Sleeve Top

Supplies Needed: 1 yard woven fabricTape MeasureThreadFrench Curve or French Curve Ruler Template Directions Print off the French Curve Ruler found here if you dont have one. You will download it just like any other pdf pattern. You can paste it to poster board if you would like it to be more sturdy or you [...]

One Garment, Two Ways – Knit vs Woven using a knit pattern

One Garment, Two Ways – Knit vs Woven using a knit pattern

By Kate Hegedus- Sewing From Scratch With the chilly spring we’ve been having here in Saskatchewan, winter jackets are still out in full force (you know, for those huge outings to the grocery store and stuff). But those odd days where the sun is shining enough for us to shed the parka, it’s still nice [...]