Cotton

Modified Linen/Liberty Alice Top

I often think about making little changes to our existing patterns, constantly inspired by styles and detail finishes I see in RTW garments. It’s a fun, easy way to alter a TNT pattern for a little variety. Since releasing our Alice…

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Ruby with a Ruffle

Here’s my final sew for 2016 – a ruffled Ruby. Inspiration for this dress came via something similar I saw in a shop. Ok, it’s basically a direct copy. Also, dead easy and supremely comfortable. Whilst I normally have a…

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NEW :: Nina Pant Pattern

Meet our latest pattern – the Nina Pant! This classic, slim, tapered leg pant has a faced waistline that sits on the lower waist. Design features include flat front, back darts, stitched down facing, side invisible zipper and twin-needle finished wide…

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NEW :: Helga Shirt Pattern

Meet Helga – our latest Tessuti pattern! About ten weeks ago we put up this photo (below) of Helga on Instagram. Helga (the customer – not the shirt 😉 had taken her pattern – modified to suit her shape –…

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City Gym Shorts a.k.a Bloody Ace Shorts

You know those patterns that you sew up and then you just want to make ten more? OK, it’s THESE!  The City Gym Shorts from Purl Soho tick so many of my TNT boxes. They’re quick, cute, comfortable, scrap-busting, easy…

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The Annie Dress modified to top

Annie Top (modified straps) in seersucker Japanese 100% cotton Ripple Spot (Navy still available at Chatswood and Melbourne stores only) We’ve had such a fabulous response to our recently released Annie Dress that we wanted to show you how great this…

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Cali Faye Basics Dress

I’m not quite sure why the Cali Faye Collection of patterns has – ’til now – flown under my radar. It’s such a gorgeous “collection of minimalist designs” and I can easily say that I’d wear every single one of…

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My Liberty Kate

When we released our Kate Top pattern a fortnight ago, my first thought was to sew it up in basic black linen. But then why would I do that when I can sew it up in THIS… And so I…

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