See It, Sew It

See It, Sew It

What fun to see a fabric we carry, made up in a darling outfit!  We love it when we get pictures from our customers and we try to share so all can see.  But this time, we spied the fabric in Threads Magazine.

The adorable blouse by Betsy Ross Patterns is elegant in the silk charmeuse we stock, #70701, Chantou. We love the placement of the pattern pieces to complement the winding nature of the fabric print.

Anyone tried these patterns?  Some of our staff are looking into them.  We’d love to hear your experiences… either comment here or in our Salon.

4 Responses to “See It, Sew It”

  1. Cinnamon

    2008-01-12T06:22:00+00:00

    I love the simplicity of these patterns. After not sewing for a number of years, I was delighted that a skirt pattern I bought came out so nicely and the thick paper has made it possible to make several skirts from the same pattern. In fact, I was so impressed that I created a bag design for her to turn into a pattern.

  2. Cinnamon

    2008-01-12T01:22:37+00:00

    I love the simplicity of these patterns. After not sewing for a number of years, I was delighted that a skirt pattern I bought came out so nicely and the thick paper has made it possible to make several skirts from the same pattern. In fact, I was so impressed that I created a bag design for her to turn into a pattern.

  3. christy

    2008-01-13T04:33:00+00:00

    I’ve made the retro coat and the girlie dress. I really love the styling of all of the Betsy Ross patterns, and they are also all easy enough for a beginner seamstress (in my humble opinion.)

  4. christy

    2008-01-12T23:33:44+00:00

    I’ve made the retro coat and the girlie dress. I really love the styling of all of the Betsy Ross patterns, and they are also all easy enough for a beginner seamstress (in my humble opinion.)

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