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
People who say that online friends aren’t real friends just have no idea what they’re talking about. I first “met” Leslie of Threadbear Garments online because she kept sharing gorgeous sewing projects and I was immediately a fan, but since then I’ve met her in real life 3 times, and she even let my entire family stay at her house during a last minute road
I know I say this a lot, but I am completely blown away by the tutorial coming your way today! Audrey from Skirt Fixation used the Halifax Hoodie to sew her own puffer jacket!! From SCRATCH! And by that I mean that she literally sewed this fabric herself by quilting the shell and adding batting. I’m so crazy impressed and only like 5% jealous (ok,
Happy Monday! Please join me in welcoming Emily this morning! She’s sharing a cute dress that is just perfect for a trip to Disney or for Halloween! You still have plenty of time to whip one up before the 31st! ~~~~~~~~~~~ Hello Hey June Readers! I am thrilled and ecstatic to be guest posting today! We just came back from our first visit to Disneyworld.