Today is day 3 of our Spring Dress series and we are showing off a dress to please even your most particular dress wearer, the Annie from Violette Field Threads. I love the braided trim on this one! It's the perfect pop of color and touch of whimsy.
When choosing patterns to sew for my daughters my oldest has a specific list of do’s and don'ts so I have to make sure I oblige or she won't wear it. Currently she will not wear halter dresses, no matter how cute I tell her they are! So, I went looking for some new dress patterns and fell in love with the braided straps of the Annie! The braided straps creates such a unique garment that I couldn't pass it up. I also love that the pattern from Violette Field Threads has two dress length options and a romper option! Our dress turned out perfectly, the simple skirt makes it easy to play in and the braided straps gives it a unique, elegant look!
If you are still looking for spring dress sewing ideas, join us all week for more great dresses to sew!
Today we are sharing our first Sew Your Suitcase Full feature showcasing Mexico and the Daphne by Made for Mermaids, the Lilly Shorts and Luna Dress by Violette Field Threads and the Elise by Little Lizard King.
Today we are sharing the Spring Skirt Collection from Violette Field Threads.
We're sharing Lacey from Violette Field Threads today and we have a copy to give away!
Welcome Nacole and Amanda! Showing off Holiday Designs from Sponsors Violette Field Threads, LilyGiggle and Lily Bird Studio.
Meet our new team members!
Crystal shares her tutorial to turn the new Rosamary Pinafore into a dress.
Meet Clara, the surprise new release pattern from Violette Field Threads!
Today we have the privilege of introducing you to three Summer patterns from one of our newest sponsors, Violette Field Threads. If you're not familiar with VFT, they are a well established pattern company that brings a great catalog of whimsical styles that are both timeless and trendy. They are the definitely among the trendsetters among PDF designers and their strong following allows them to be seen in shops all across the internet. We are excited to show off their newest offerings: Allie, Annie, and Quinn.
This week is all about sewing for your season. We'll be looking at different patterns and different lifestyles in two different hemispheres side by side! Today we are looking at casual style.
As we look at planning a collection of clothing for our kids over the next few weeks, you will be faced with many decisions about patterns. It is quite normal for designers to have similar patterns in their repertoires, or even to release a similar pattern at the same time. It is merely a response to supply and demand, and giving customers what they are begging for. But as the consumer, it can be difficult to figure out which to buy when two amazing designers have similar patterns. You are choosing between 'good' and 'good', so you have to figure out what the important things are to you in a pattern and buy accordingly.