We’re talking about fabric choices today for our Azaire pattern - the possibilities are endless!
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We think The Azaire is our most versatile pattern yet - it lends itself to a huge amount of pattern hacking, playing with colour blocking and directional prints to completely change up the look and feel of the top or dress.
The Azaire has only been out for a few weeks, and we’ve already had some fantastic feedback! One of the main reasons its going down so well, is thanks to our amazing pattern testers who helped us finesse the pattern, hone the instructions and ensure it was all perfect for release.
We’ve got a little bit of good news for our overseas customers. We know that shipping costs can be a drag, so we’re really pleased that we can now offer cheaper international delivery. Yay!
We’ve had so much fun thinking about Christmas party outfits over the last few weeks!
This year, I’ve been coveting a sparkly, twirly skirt for festive get-togethers. Having found some irresistible fabric, I thought a hack of The Mortmain dress into a skirt was just the thing. Add a lining, and you’ve got a luxe, bespoke skirt that’ll get you in the party mood.
Planning your party outfit is one of the most fun parts of Christmas season - all the more so if you’re making it yourself! We’ve rounded up just a few of the ideas that we’ve had for our virtual Christmas party - new makes, up-cycles, and DIY embellishments galore. Which to choose!
So, we’ve told you what a fantastic haul we have up for grabs for the Best Party Outfit category. Today we’re going to round up the goodies for the winner of the Best Party Accessory category, and it’s another covetable selection of sewing loveliness!
So, we’ve invited you all to our virtual Christmas party, explained how to enter our competition, now we should really cut to the chase and tell you what fabulous goodies we have up for grabs. And let me tell you, these are some blimmin’ great prizes!
So last Friday we got up at 5.45am, packed the car up (in the dark!) and set off to Farnham Maltings for their now annual Thread Festival.