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.
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!
Alright folks its time for the fun part! Today we are FINALLY beginning construction on the Roksi Trio.
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!)
We are wrapping up the first week of the Patti Pocket Sewalong today with some suggestions on different ways you can customize your pattern as well as a short video on cutting. One of my favorite things about the indie sewing pattern industry is the encouragement of sewists to customize a pattern and make it their own. The Patti Pocket skirt is no exception.