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Getting Creative with the Classics: Day 3

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Getting Creative with the Classics: Day 3

Welcome back for another fun day of inspiration!!!! First up, we have Laura of Custom Made By Laura sharing her tester version of the Creative Cap Sleeve Top &Tunic.  Laura's classic black&white stripes have me thinking of Paris and show how stylish this pattern is even in its simplest form.  Head on over to Laura's blog to read all about her Creative Cap. Today I'm getting to show off my newest Classic Shift Dress.  I so desperately wanted more summer dresses this year, and yet somehow I haven't spent time sewing as many as I wanted, HA!  So this blog...

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Getting Creative with the Classics: Day 2

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Getting Creative with the Classics: Day 2

Welcome back to day 2 of the 'Getting Creative with the Classics' Blog Tour where we are focusing on 3 amazing patterns that can easily fill all of your wardrobe needs. First up today we have phenomenal Rachel of Violet and Jewels sharing her stunning version of the Omega/Classic Shift.  First off, I'm in love with this fabric - I'f you've seen my Classic Shift Cover, then you'll know I have a bit of a thing at the moment for mustard florals!  If you've ever wondered if the Omega could become a dress, we now have our answer!!!  But to...

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Getting Creative with the Classics: Day 1

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Getting Creative with the Classics: Day 1

Welcome to the July Blog Tour: Getting Creative with the Classics!!! I love classic patterns, things that are wardrobe staples and also easy to customize to creative your heart's desire. Here at WWD, the Classic Shell and Classic Shift are two great examples of how a pattern with simple lines can transform with a bit of creative imagination.  We're also celebrating the brand new release, the Creative Cap Top&Tunic - talk about a pattern that let's your imagination run wild!!!  So strap in and get ready to fall in love and fill your closet with some amazing tops that will...

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Just Jeans Blog Tour, Day Three

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Just Jeans Blog Tour, Day Three

Welcome back to day THREE and there is more great inspiration in store for you today!!! Don't forget to enter to win the Just Jeans prize package - 2 patterns of choice from WWD and a $20 gift card Also you can grab any of the jean patterns, Sk8 SKinnies, Phresh Jeggings, or Real Deal Jeans for just $5 all week long. Today Ilsa of Sew Sew Ilse is showing off her Board Short length Real Deal Jeans paired with the brand new Outer Banks Tee.  This whole outfit just screams SPRING!!!  Head on over to her blog to see...

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Bateau Garden Dress Knit Hack

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Bateau Garden Dress Knit Hack

Want to sew Up a Bateau in KNIT?? No problem, you can sew one in a knit of your choice and even skip that pesky zipper!!!  WOHOOO!  If you are looking for the main Bateau Sew Together, go HERE. Ok, first, let's talk fabric: You want a stable knit with good recovery.  Two or four way stretch will both work fine.  Avoid super thin knits, or knits that stretch out and grow as you work with them.  So, no slubs, no super slinky sweater knits, and no jerseys with minimal stretch and limited recovery. Here are some fabrics that are...

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