Seamwork Emmie Top

The Seamwork Emmie top came out last August and I snapped it up immediately, but just didn’t get around to making it until now. The Emmie top is pretty similar to the Roscoe blouse in style. There is a bit of a change from the Roscoe with the sleeve hem shaping and also there is … More Seamwork Emmie Top

Seamwork Mel Joggers

Welcome to 2020 when Andie makes a pattern in the month it was released and almost posts a blog in that month, too. LOL. It probably won’t happen again. The Seamwork Mel Joggers were an instant buy for me. I’ve wanted to make joggers for a while, but most of the patterns are too small … More Seamwork Mel Joggers

Seamwork Loretta top

I’ve been wanting to make a Seamwork Loretta top since it was released but for whatever reason just kept getting pushed out of my sewing queue. I’ve had it printed and put together for a while now but finally decided to take the plunge a few weeks ago. The Loretta is a pull over woven … More Seamwork Loretta top

Seamwork Sky Jumpsuit

Orginally published in part on the CSC Over at the Sewcialists, they are having a theme month of Sew Brave, where you push yourself out of your comfort zone by sewing something that you wouldn’t normally sew either fabric-wise or pattern-wise or in any other way you want to interpret the theme. For me, that … More Seamwork Sky Jumpsuit

Seamwork Tacara

I recently took part in DH Fabrics’ Sewing is for Everyone and Every Body blog series. As part of it, DH Fabrics offered to send us fabric. I opted for this gorgeous berry wool blend jersey. A bunch of us at the CSC wanted to do a Same Pattern Different Bodies for the Seamwork Tacara … More Seamwork Tacara

Seamwork Brit

As soon as I saw the Seamwork Brit and the bonus variation, I knew I had to have it. Although, I wasn’t interested in making the dress. I have been lusting after a top with a ruffle detail for ages. I was actually going to design one myself using the Cashmerette Concord t-shirt pattern but … More Seamwork Brit

Seamwork Jill Coatigan

And now for something completely different… The last time I made a Seamwork magazine pattern it was a complete and udder (HA!) disaster with the Florence bralette pattern. I would still love to find a bralette pattern that works for my bust size (gargantuan). That experience definitely turned me off of the patterns, but then … More Seamwork Jill Coatigan