Sew Something / patterns

  • Jack Tar Bag

    The Merchant and Mills Jack Tar bag is popular amongst sewists for a reason - this bag is stylish, fun to construct, and holds everything you'd need to tote about! From books and a laptop, to all your crafting supplies, it's got you covered.We have created kits that contain everything you'll need - the Dry Oilskin Fabric, Leather straps and necessary hardware.

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  • DIY Wardrobe Must Haves: Old favourites and spring 2017's newest looks

    Simplicity pattern sewn with Liberty Fabrics' Mitsi Valeria Tana Lawn Cotton We're finally starting to see some warmer temperatures here in Toronto, and those hints of spring have us dreaming of a bright, new, spring-y pieces for our closets. Dresses, tunics, tops, and tanks: there are so many exciting new patterns this season, we cannot wait to get our shears out and start creating a brand new wardrobe.For warm weather wardrobes, our favourite fabrics to use are cotton lawns and lightweight chambrays. And lest we forget: florals, florals, florals. Lightweight woven fabrics drape beautifully and their weight makes them great...

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  • Deer and Doe Plaintain Tee in Liberty Jersey

    Sometimes we all need a quick sewing fix.  Projects that are fast and easy but with finished items that are useful and satisfying.  One of our go to quick sewing projects is the Plantain t-shirt from Deer and Doe. Even better, this pattern is free!   Patterns really don't get any easier than this! It's a simple t-shirt with a gentle A-line shape, a banded scoop neck and set-in sleeves that comes together in an hour or two. The pattern offers a few different sleeve options that include short sleeves, 3/4 length sleeves and long sleeves.  She even provides an...

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