Welcome to week five of our Indie Garment Pattern Tour with SeamstressErin. This week we’ll take a peek at designers who focus on a specific activities or body types – menswear, sports apparel, lingerie and such. We hope you’ve enjoyed this review of indie pattern designers and are inspired to start making items to add to your wardrobe!
We’re approaching the end of our Indie Garment Pattern Company Tour, but don’t worry – SeamstressErin still has some awesome designers to share with us. This week we’ll take a look at cutting-edge, fashion-forward pattern companies.
Welcome to week two of our Indie Garment Pattern Company Tour with SeamstressErin! This week we’ll look at some decidedly feminine pattern designs.
Join us as SeamstressErin takes us on a five-week tour of indie garment pattern companies, with designs for everything from basic wardrobe pieces and vintage dresses to lingerie and cutting-edge fashion.
Fashion designer Charles James career peaked between the late 1940′s-50′s when he produced some of the most memorable garments ever made. See his work on exhibit this summer at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.
Here’s a note from WeAllSew reader Flavia with a great re-make of one of our projects from last summer. Love the lace over burlap combination!
Karen Ann Betts, one of our WeAllSew readers, sent photos of the beautiful Christening gown she’s making for her granddaughter. Lovely!
Take a tour of Tokyo with Diane Gloystein and discover fiber arts inspiration throughout the city – from trendy teens and anime art to high tech fabrics and experimental design.