Category Archives: Sewing

What We’re Making! 107 The Mississippi Avenue Dress & Top by Sew House Seven

Becky stitch up 107 The Mississippi Avenue Dress & Top from Sew House Seven. The fabric she selected is an imported double gauze from Ellen Luckett Baker Framework Quarter Circles in Coral. The cut of the Mississippi Dress pattern features a V-neckline, spaghetti shoulder ties, an elastic almost empire waist (slightly higher than the natural…

What We’re Making! Hawthorn by Colette Patterns

Kristen made the Hawthorn by Colette Patterns using  Tina Poppytot 4280-B from Liberty Of London. Isn’t it dreamy in Liberty! The perfect dress for her friends rehearsal dinner. The fitted bodice with a semi-circle skirt gives the dress a curve hugging feminine fit.  There are many sleeve options, short, 3/4 length and sleeveless. Kristin lowered…

What We’re Making! Canvas Quilt by She Can Quilt

I made my first quilt gift. The Canvas Quilt downloadable pattern by She Can Quilt was made for my daughter’s best friend Ashley who moved into her first apartment in Arizona. To get just the right combination of prints my daughter helped pick out the fabrics from my stash. We then I added 4 solids for…

What goes with what? Framework by Ellen Luckett Baker

What solids coordinates with Framework by Ellen Luckett Baker? Kona Cotton Zucchini Robert Kaufman Essex Linen Grey Robert Kaufman Essex Linen Steel Andover Chambray Coral Kona Cotton Charcoal Michael Miller Cotton Couture Grass Robert Kaufman Essex Linen Med Aqua Kona Cotton Bluegrass Andover Chambray Ocean Kona Cotton Deep Blue Framework is available in double guaze…

Where I Sew – Caroline Hulse of Sew Caroline

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  Caroline Hulse is the author of the creative lifestyle blog, Sew Caroline. She’s enthralled with the world of handmade fashion and has recently released a line of women’s PDF sewing patterns. Caroline also debuted her very first line of fabric for Art Gallery Fabrics at spring quilt market that will release in July! Her…

Where I Sew – Elizabeth Olwen

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I’m a Toronto-based surface pattern designer and would describe my work as delicate, romantic and modern with a hint of vintage. I’ve loved sewing since I was a girl so having my own fabric lines with Cloud9 has been a dream! My first line, Grey Abbey, came out last winter, and my next, Wildwood, ships…

Where I Sew – Luke Haynes

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LUKE Haynes makes works pulling from the histories of design and craft. Using quilting as a medium he creates art piece that travel the world pushing the boundaries of what the medium means to viewers. Luke’s Links: Website Where I Sew is a month long celebration of the spaces we create in. Leave a comment…

Where I Sew – StephC of Cake Patterns

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“StephC began obsessively twiddling with fibers as a child, to supplement her imagination.  After 23 years of sewing, teaching sewing, and working in costume/design shops, StephC launched Cake Patterns to address the needs of the 21st century sewist.  Cake is all about making the sewing simpler and more intuitive through using your measurements as the…

Where I Sew – Sara Lawson of Sew Sweetness

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I design bag patterns for my sewing pattern line, Sew Sweetness. My first book, ‘Big-City Bags’, was released in November 2013 by Martingale Publishing. I’m currently working on my second book. Recently I started designing fabric. My first line for Art Gallery Fabrics is called Jungle Ave., which is out now in shops. My blog…

Where I Sew Month – 2014

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Where we create can be just as much fun to plan, organize and dream about as What we plan to make there! This is the spirit behind Where I Sew month here on the Pink Chalk Studio blog. During July we’ll be taking a virtual tour and sharing a peek at the sewing spaces of…