Seeds of a Wardrobe


At this point, I think everyone who sews has seen or used one wardrobe builder or another…except for me. None of them really spoke to me. Some “required” or were built around garments I don’t wear, like jeans or white button down shirts. Some didn’t account for New England winters and all the gear needed […]

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The Long Goodbye Roundup: Time For Fall

And with that, summer is no more. McCall’s 6744, and supplementary pattern McCall’s 6966, were a joy to sew, pure and simple. In the process of sewing such similar dresses, I got pretty good at making waist casings, binding raw edges with fold over elastic (FOE), hacking patterns together, and a two-step process for stitching […]

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Auntie M

Two fab looks for one fab McCall's 6996 skirt on Making the Flame! Body positive sewing & style.

It’s been awhile since you last saw an OOTD post on Making the Flame, hasn’t it? I hope you enjoy this post of two looks from a single make, McCall’s M6966 skirt. I didn’t have enough width to make the skirt on the envelope (look C), so I used the waist to hip part, then […]

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