It’s finally reveal time on this fun project I did in collaboration with Workroom Social Fabrics! If you missed it, check out my behind-the-scenes planning post I did for this project here. Be sure to watch my you tube video for this make (scroll down) for a special guest appearance!!
Its our last and final day of the Roksi sewalong and I’m so sad to see you go.
It’s time to finish our Roksis!!!
Alright folks its time for the fun part! Today we are FINALLY beginning construction on the Roksi Trio.
Today is going to be a lot of fun as we are talking all about ways you can customize your Roksi Trio! Not only does this pattern have the fun mix-and-match layering aspect, there’s also a lot you can do with various hacks to make a new garment entirely.
Welcome to day 4 of the Roksi Trio sewalong! Today is all about sizing and fit. As you can see, the Roksi is a pretty loosely fit garment, but that doesn’t mean fit isn’t important.
It’s Day 3 of the Roksi Trio and today we are talking all about fabrics + supplies! The Roksi Trio is one of those blessed patterns that does not require any fancy closures or notions (can I get an amen!?) There are however some specific supplies that will make sewing your Roksi go a little smoother, so lets get started!
Today for the Roksi Trio Sewalong I am going to go into a little more detail about the Roksi Trio, as well give you some inspiration to give you some ideas to make the Roksi unique to you!
Welcome to day one of the Roksi Trio sewalong! The Roksi Trio is a fairly simple pattern, but we still have a lot to cover. I am very excited for you to join me as I break down the construction of the Roksi step-by-step, go over multiple hack possibilities, and alleviate any pain points (looking at you, clean finished hem!)
One of my favorite (yet sometimes nerve racking) parts of launching a new pattern is the tester process. I am lucky to have a truly amazing group of testers that make the process so much easier. They are great seamstresses who are endlessly supportive and honest when testing a new pattern.
Here are four of their beautiful Roksi Trios!