Parfait Polo Pattern Review

It’s here! The next pattern I designed for Project Run & Play is the Parfait Polo! This pattern is part of the Project Smooth Sorbet pattern collection, and over the next few posts I’ll be sharing everything I sewed from the whole collection! Parfait Polo pattern is such a classic! This pattern includes a poloContinue reading “Parfait Polo Pattern Review”

How to add a pocket to a circle skirt tutorial

Today I’m going to show you how to add an inseam pocket to a circle skirt. Let’s add an inseam pocket to a circle skirt!  First of all, your circle skirt will need to have side seams. Step 1: On one half of the circle skirt, measure down about 3 inches from the top ofContinue reading “How to add a pocket to a circle skirt tutorial”

{Another} Jalie City Coat 2680 {or two…}

Do you remember the Jalie City Coat we sewed in olive green stretch twill?  Well, that coat has seen constant wear by me and Allegra and Aria.  So it was time to make one {or two} more. The only change we made from the last version was to remove 1/2″ width from the shoulders.  IContinue reading “{Another} Jalie City Coat 2680 {or two…}”

Quilted Jacket Tutorial

Today I have that quilted jacket tutorial I promised when sharing our makes for the Project Run & Play Pantone Party.  This tutorial can be used in general to make any quilted jacket.  Specifically, I made an English paper pieced quilted moto jacket for my daughter. Quilted Jacket Tutorial step 1: Make a mini “quilt”Continue reading “Quilted Jacket Tutorial”

Partial to Full Button Placket Tutorial

Today we have a tutorial for you for adding a full button placket and collar to the Thyme Shirt pattern.  This would work for any partial popover shirt pattern with a mandarin collar. In these photos you see a Thyme Shirt made using Art Gallery Fabrics Canary cotton fabric.  Full button placket tutorial Step 1: CutContinue reading “Partial to Full Button Placket Tutorial”

Project Run & Play Pantone Party

It’s with great delight that I share my makes for the Project Run & Play Pantone Party!  Today I’m sharing an overview, and then throughout the next little while, I’ll be sharing a couple of tutorials on how I created these looks. Special thanks to Kalli June Photography for the breathtaking photos of my kidsContinue reading “Project Run & Play Pantone Party”

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