Today Teri is here to share her tutorial for turning the Tallinn Sweater into a flat front crew neck sweater. I love this hack so much because even though the Tallinn has a fun asymmetrical front with a turtle or cowl neck, at its heart it is really just a very simple dropped sleeve sweater pattern that can be used to hack so many styles!
I am so excited about this tutorial brought to you by one of my long time and very talented pattern testers, Indu! I feel like everything she touches just turns to gold. Her directions for adding a split hem with mitered corners is super professional and can be applied to any top pattern you have! She’s using the Aurora Tee for her tutorial, with a
Here it is! A round up of all the tester’s Bryce Cargo Pants! I have to admit, this test actually went a lot smoother than I expected for a woven pants pattern. But all of that is due to my amazing testers and their commitment to polishing the pattern to be as good as it can be and also resolving any personal fit adjustments to
Hi everyone! Thank you so much for your kind words and enthusiasm about the Bryce Cargo Pants release yesterday! If you haven’t purchased them yet, remember they are still available at a discounted introductory price through Sunday, Feb 4! I thought I’d do a short post to give you some background into how I planned and designed the Bryces and also a few links to
Introducing the Bryce Cargo Pants! I’m thrilled to finally bring you my first woven pants pattern for women. I think the Bryce Cargos are a great and versatile addition to any wardrobe with their classic but feminine styling and features. The Bryce is a mid rise pant, which has long been hailed as the most flattering rise for a woman’s body. You won’t have to