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Bells & Whistles

Bells & Whistles
We are so excited to welcome back an old friend back to the fold – our Bells & Whistles pattern! Over the years we have had many requests to bring back this style. Finally this summer, after seeing a customer wear her Bells Shirt at a Sew Kansas event, we realized that the design is timeless. Bells & Whistles is not just a pa...
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When To Use A Backer Button

When To Use A Backer Button
Not every button has to be the same on a garment. After looking at the over-the-top mixed looks this season of Etro, Gucci and Dolce and Gabbana, I decided to shake it up a little bit on my "Burberry" silk charmeuse and pebble textured knit Liberty/MixIt Shirt. You can find the tutorial to combine these two patterns in our August 2017 Sew Conf...
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Denim 4 Ways

Denim 4 Ways

​Though originally invented in France, denim fabric has become an American fashion staple. When you think of denim, the first thing that is likely to pop into your mind is blue jeans. But there is so much more to denim fabric than that – today you can find denim in an almost infinite variety of colors and prints. Inspired by some new floral denims that we received we have put together four different denim looks for fun fall looks. Read on for more inspiration!

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Sewing Events for 2018!

Sewing Events for 2018!

We are so excited to announce our lineup of workshops for 2018. Once again we will be hosting our sewing events in Topeka, Kansas, Eureka Springs, Arkansas and Auty, France. No matter where the workshop is, Linda has designed an unforgettable sewing experience. This is your chance to work with Linda one-on-one as she helps you get the perfect fit in a garment and share with you her favorite sewing methods. And, of course, answers all your most pressing sewing questions!

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Underlining the Valencia Pants + Fabric Discount!

Underlining the Valencia Pants + Fabric Discount!

When you love a fabric, but it's not quite the right weight for the piece that you want to make, what do you do? This is what happened to me recently. I fell in love with this printed handkerchief linen fabric and couldn't get past the idea of making pants. But the fabric was too sheer for a bottom weight.

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