Moss is a knit pattern with the back cowl hood and thin ties being the excitement in the back and cool, angular side panels that add interest in the front. The optional pockets mimic the lines on the side panels. This pattern includes top, knee and maxi lengths and I love each length for different reasons.
We haven't properly introduced our Starry Night PJs to you yet! And when we decided to do a sew-a-long featuring this pattern, we figured it was time! So have a read about this pattern and then we will discuss the sew-a-long with prize details from So Sew English Fabrics.
This pattern comes as either a completely reversible peplum shirt, or as a knee length dress. The front bodice boasts clean lines and a slight boatneck neckline.
These tights include 2 different waistband options. The first one is a fold over elastic band (a personal favourite method of ours for adding elastic waistbands to pants/leggings).
All about the Dandelion Tank and Peplum by Sofiona Designs. A free pattern with code in the Sofiona Fan Group on Facebook.
While this cold shoulder top is designed for wovens, this pattern is best suited to those with some good drape and flow (think rayons, voiles, tencels, etc).
We're going to show you how to use a pattern's lengthen/shorten line to obtain the length you need for your special fit.
If you've seen the Raven dress, you'll recognize the Rhubarb. Or vice versa??? Long ago now, when I first started dreaming this pattern up, it was this knit sweater dress style that was first in my mind. Then things just kept going, I thought about woven versions and the Raven was born and released first. Now I'm SO excited to finally have this version, the Rhubarb, also available and it is everything I dreamed of!
Just in time for the holidays, we would like to introduce you to the Pinecone Skirt and the Aurora Raglan. Two patterns that go well not only with each other, but also with our Starry Night and Railway patterns.
In the case of the bands/cuffs you will need to stretch them to match their corresponding pieces. But how can you be sure you've stretched them evenly across the garment? And gathered skirts/ruffles (as the name implies) need to be gathered down to size to match their corresponding pieces. Again - how can you be sure to gather and distribute them in more even amounts?