The Grainline Studios Archer popover variation in a beautiful, double-sided Japanese double gauze. I made the collar bigger and the sleeves smaller.
Top half Grainline Linden, bottom half Named Talvikki in a very lovely Atelier Brunette French Terry (with added thumb-hole cuffs for good measure).
Named Patterns Talvikki Sweater in a soft, heathered grey sweatshirt fabric.
A heavy jersey stripy Cherie-Cherie tee from I Am Patterns with a surprise heart shaped back.
Cowl neck version of the Peaseblossom tee in a digital print, cityscape knit fabric.
This is my second I Am Pan top from I Am Patterns. This time it’s made in a constellation print chiffon-weight rayon…pattern-matching a go-go!
This is the Pan top from the IAmPatterns Goddess collection. It’s made from two beautiful broderie anglaises bought on a trip to Rome.
A Curlew vest from the Merchant and Mills Workbook- bias-cut and made from a chiffon-weight rayon.
How to copy a favourite t-shirt (and maybe improve it a bit). My version of a much-loved slouchy tee with added thumb-hole cuffs and side ties.
It’s a ridiculously bright and stripy Tilly and the Buttons Agnes top- a slightly sporty version (which stays put when upside down) with added thumbhole cuffs.
Number two Grainline Tiny Pocket Tank (with no pocket). This time it’s made from Cotton and Steel’s very lovely rayon in pixel print neon.
A Grainline Tiny Pocket Tank in Liberty tana lawn cotton. Made using the same print in 2 different colourways and a dropped-hem at the back.
My third Grainline Scout Tee. This one is made from Kokka Echino fabric, all cut on the bias, fully lined in red cupro with royal blue bias binding to finish.
It’s another Grainline Scout Tee with a split-back. This time in a gorgeous, drapey, Japanese crepe.
Grainline Scout Tee with split-back. Made in cotton with bias bound edges.
Papercut Patterns Undercover Hood in a beautiful bicycle knit fabric with powermesh bands. An easy and quick sew with great instructions.