We’re so thrilled to finally be launching our newest pattern, the Azaire! Made as a top or a dress, this has endless possibilities and is a real wardrobe staple.
Posts tagged ‘sewing’
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.
Our Buchanan gown provides a great opportunity to get your seam finishing perfected - the loose fitting style means the ‘guts’ are on show a fair bit! There are so many different methods, some more time consuming than others but finishing the inside of your garment beautifully will help take it from home-made to couture… Put the overlocker and the pinking shears away and try one of these methods instead.
Are you keen to get going with one of our patterns but would like a bit of a helping hand? We’ve got just the solution!
In our humble opinion, The Mortmain is a really versatile dress pattern which works in a variety of colours and prints.
We just love the planning stages of sewing - oohing and ahhing over fabrics and haberdashery and plotting the final details of our makes. It’s all part of the fun of dressmaking, and the beauty of making your own clothes is that you can choose JUST the finishing touches that you want.
The first of our kits are here! We’ve got two Tallis collar kits for sale now - one in a classic black polka dot and the other is a cheeky turquoise leopard print!
To celebrate the launch of our first patterns, we’d like to give some away! So, we’re holding a little competition for the chance to win The Mortmain and The Tallis pattern. We’ve got two of each to give away.
They’re here! After many months of testing, tweaking and refining, we’re thrilled to be able to present our first patterns!
There was a bit of excitement at Gather HQ last week as we both became aunties again! Isla Lily finally made her appearance last Friday - is there a better reason than a new baby to get crafting? No.