I am the second stop on the Style Maker Fabrics fall style tour* today and even though its still above 80 degrees here in Texas I’m feeling the fall vibes with my newest makes.
Theres a reason I’m standing in the street in front of an old ford truck…
This one has been up on youtube for a while and is already linked in your instruction book but I wanted to repost in hear in case you missed it.
We all have those settings on our sewing machine.. but some of us are just afraid to go there. Today I am going to walk you through applying button holes with your machine as well as how to mark the button placement on your Krissa Crop.
Bias binding is such a quick and satisfying way to clean finish neck and arm openings in garment sewing. For the Krissa Crop I use 1/4″ double fold bias tape.
Today I am sharing my technique for marking & sewing darts in garment sewing. This is a technique I learned while working in the fashion & garment industry in NYC that I find to be quite efficient and easy.
Hi friends! I am so excited to spend this week walking you through making your Krissa Crop using my FREE (to subscribers) pdf pattern! In past sewalongs I’ve really broken down the planning & construction step-by-step using photos and video. Since the Krissa Crop is a free pattern and fairly straightforward, I just wanted to spend this sewalong breaking down some of the trickier techniques for all my more beginner sewists out there!
My amazing testers let me drag them through a super fast testing process for the Krissa Crop and were such great sports about it! For that reason, not everyone got to whip up & photograph fully finished versions of their tops. I do have a few rock star testers here that were able to do so and I cant wait to show you what they’ve made!
This project has been finished for so long I am so happy to finally be posting it. Its not news that I love the Ogden Cami by True Bias, but this one is special because it is a super fun refashion that turned a dress I never wore into a tank that gets lots of wear time!