Easing fabric, in sewing vernacular, really means making one edge of fabric sew up evenly to a corresponding edge which happens to be a different length than the first one. For example, how would anyone sew a 10” fabric edge to an 11” edge without ending up with extra fabric at the end of the… Read More 2 Sewing Tips: Easing Edition
Dear readers, do you recognize this pattern? No? Of course not! It is a modification of an existing pattern, the Colette Pattern Company and their Sencha blouse pattern. (Disclaimer: No affiliation with Colette Patterns) The Sencha blouse has a vintage 1940s vibe to it. Even though I avoid most clothing items which fit at the waist, I… Read More Do You Recognize this Pattern?