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1. Sew Over It Ultimate Pencil Skirt
This IS the ultimate pencil skirt. One of my best friends is English and has exacting standards when it comes to the pencil skirt silhouette. We looked at countless patterns before she chose this one so you won’t be disappointed!
2. Named Clothing Ruska Knit Dress
Made from scuba knit, this is the ultimate beginner project. I’ve taught complete beginners to make this dress with no problem and no need for the seam ripper – quite an accomplishment for the beginner and compliment for the named duo designers.
3. Named Clothing Nummi Bag
This is a fun project that can be embellished with trims and pockets of any shape or size. A handy bag and stylish bag when matching one’s dress, skirt or pants, also hand made!
4. Burda 9303 Summer top (for girls)
This a perfect beginner project, one I used to teach my nieces over weekly Zoom meetings, 2700 miles away. They loved making their tops and even more, wearing them.
5. dp’s by DP Studio le 3002 Pants or Shorts
DP Studio is a Paris based designer pattern maker and this pattern is no exception to the designer esthetic. An easy make with no zipper, these pants close with the self-tie. Pants or shorts look fabulous using this pattern.
6. Named Clothing Amber Pinafore Dress
A very easy and versatile pattern, the Amber Pinafore is also very stylish with its back buckle.
7. Wiksten Shift
this dress is the classic beginner project with no set-in sleeves, but sleeves that extend from the bodice front and back pattern pieces.
1. Wiksten Smock & Bloomers
This is a darling and fun project for baby-to-be and we have used special fabrics from the mother-to-be’s collection of dresses or other momento fabrics. I have made the bloomers for my nephews made from my father’s worn Oxford cotton shirts.
Smock top dress sewing pattern
Bloomers and pants sewing pattern
1. Tilly & the Buttons Fifi Camisole and Shorts
This is a darling outfit for the bride to be, and 4 sets is always better than 1! Made in our shower workshops, the bride-to-be can choose the fabric and trims she wishes for the sets to be made.