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It seems these days that Meg : Style Arc patterns as everyone else : Pokémon. I gotta catch 'em all! This is my take on the Style Arc Blaire shirt dress. Blaire is a modern, boxy shirt dress with cut-on sleeves, cuffs and some funky pockets. I loved how Style Arc's drawings and sample played with stripes on the separate bodice and skirt. I blatantly copied them and used stripes for mine, orienting them vertically on the bodice and horizontally on the skirt. Cuffs and button placket were cut…
Kathleen saved to sewing patterns to think about
Free sewing download of all the sleeve names - perfect to help you with you next sewing or dressmaking project
Abby saved to Clothing Tutorials
Whatever your day has in store, this frock is designed to deliver! Combining flattering short sleeves with a trapeze style body, this dress has been cut from a relaxed and drapey rayon that packs a punch with florals. In just eight steps, you’ll have cracked concealed zips, inserting sleeves and picture-perfect hems. What’s not to love?
Karen Lehrman saved to Sewing
If you’re looking to take the next step and delve into a more advanced pattern, then this classic frock by Amanda Walker is just the ticket! The Amy dress will see you through a multitude of occasions, as well as enhancing your stitchy skillset as it features a collar, tie-belt and wrap-around bodice.
Neelam Bhanushali saved to Western
In this video I walk you through how to copy a a pattern from a garment that you already have. It's super easy when you know how and you'll soon be turning t...
Michelle Marr saved to a sewing project
Learn how to copy your favourite clothes - right from your woven garments! This very quick post will give you the basics of how to copy your clothes so that you can create your own woven sewing patterns! #sewingprojects #copyclothes #learnpatternmaking #patterndrafting #wovensewingpatterns #sewingpatterns
You’ve bought your pattern, you get it out of the paper envelope and you are just itching to get stuck in and make that lovely new item of clothing. But wait! Tempting as it is to…
Brenda Whatley Robinson saved to Patterns