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- One from a few months ago that I completely forgot to post. Gorgeous fabric from @faberwood_com Pattern is a version of one I've had in development for waaaay too long 🙄It's tipping it down but there are small sartorial consolations in the form of Docs, jeans and a stripey long sleeved tee. The tee is me-made - a new pattern that won't be so new by the time I finally get it out there 🙄 #drmartens #drmartensstylePreviously unvisited little haven discovered on tonight's Wednesday walk.When secret sewing toiles turn out even better than you imagined. 🙊 Understated fabric from @fabworksmillshop
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She recently made the Roehampton Culottes from my book “A Beginner’s Guide to Making Skirts” and I instantly wanted to steal them! They’re so my style; Aimee’s chosen the kind of fabric I’d have gone for and wears them pretty much how I would choose to.
Kerry Green (aka Very Kerry Berry), writes an excellent column for Sewing World magazine called The Final Thread which is always a well-written and thoughtful read. Obviously I was very happy when Kerry got in touch to feature MIY Collection in a piece she was writing on what she terms “practical patterns” the name she’s given to the utilitarian inspired patterns out there that are designed for modern living rather than vintage tea parties.
I’m in great company alongside Merchant & Mills, Marilla Walker and Sew Me Something.
Make yourself a brew and have a read!