Seamwork Gretta III

How do they say? Never change a winning team? Well, meet my third Seamwork Gretta top! After my first wearable muslin I perfected the fit of the pattern with my second version. My second version which I made out of a mystery rayon crepe has become a summer wardrobe staple. Roughly a year ago I … More Seamwork Gretta III

Seamwork Astoria

Hi there, I am back again with a quick and simple sew- the Seamwork Astoria t-shirt. I wear a lot of high-waisted skirts, which is why, two years back I fell hard for Deer and Doe’s Ondee. I bought the pattern and made a wearable muslin, which I never seem to wear, because of some … More Seamwork Astoria

Jo by Seamwork

I like fitted clothes, the style lines of the first half of the 20th century and a defined waist. So Seamwork’s Jo dress pattern did not speak to me when it was released- but I weirdly enough I immediately fell for the top hack. I never thought boxy tops would be my style but I … More Jo by Seamwork

Anyone shooting a period drama? I have a 1940s dress but apparently no iron.

Well, after I gushed about how much I love my Sew over it Tulip Skirt and my Sew Over it 1940s Tea Dress, I will just continue to do so with SOI’s 1940s Wrap Dress! I think they might be my favourite pattern company. I love the feminine aesthetic and I really enjoy that their … More Anyone shooting a period drama? I have a 1940s dress but apparently no iron.