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Tag Archives: Midtown Collection
It’s been a while since I’ve posted photos of your makes – which is inexcusable! Let’s start with a happy thought: Emily in Bali, wearing a lovely chevron maxi Giselle:
Maxi dresses are SO great for relaxing in lovely locations. I think I would like to go to Bali now.
Michelle of Handmade Read More…→
The best part of publishing sewing patterns is seeing what others make with them. Let’s take a look at some Zsályas from creative and lovely pattern testers!
First, we’ll visit Handmade by Carolyn – how stunning is this dress:
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I had the good fortune to have some amazing pattern testers try out the Midtown Collection patterns. I can’t thank them enough – their feedback was so very helpful, and so generous!
A few of these talented ladies have posted full pattern reviews that I want to share. Let’s start with the Giselle dress – take a look at this lovely maxi version Read More…→
Introducing the Midtown Collection: three brand spanking new sewing patterns, inspired by folkwear, and to be sewn by you! These garments are meant for everyone who likes practical, wearable basics with room for clever embellishments, and the possibility of lots and lots of variations. Each of these garments can be made as innocent or not-so-innocent, and as casual or fancy, and as playful or serious as your daily life demands.
This mini-collection has influences Read More…→