That’s right. Thanks to the Coronavirus pandemic, and all related (and necessary!) social distancing, I’ve been forced to resort to organizing my sewing pattern files. I finally adjusted my bodice and skirt slopers to actually match up along the waist, and now I’m sharing them with you for free. But first, please take a look … More Slopers! Free Slopers!
The Boat Neck is such a classic neckline. While it’s generally thought to be most flattering to smaller busts and narrower shoulders, I’ve seen many women with more athletic silhouettes totally rock this neckline. It adds definition to your shoulders, and it makes you look like a rich lady. If you’re looking to adapt a … More Draft A Boat Neck
Here’s a tutorial for how to modify your skirt pattern to make a sailor style front closure. This isn’t a beginner tutorial, so I’m going to assume that you already are familiar with all the necessary construction techniques. This sailor style closure will work on a number of skirt styles, and you can use this … More How to Make a Sailor Style Closure for Your Skirt/Pant Pattern
As none of you may already know, I’m getting married in a couple of weeks (barely any of my family/close friends read this blog, and every single one of them is on my secret shitlist for that)(I don’t actually have a secret shitlist; I usually tell people when they’ve raised my ire)(Can you raise ire? … More A Dress in Which to Get Hitched