Barb Pants are new to me! For IPM

This week The Monthly Stitch collective is encouraging us to try new Indie Pattern Designers in order to discover new and interesting perspectives on modern dressmaking. I have been looking at Style Arc for quite some time, but for some reason the cartoon models always made me feel unsure about their patterns. Something subconscious I …

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Romantic, yet business casual. Sewing and designing

¬†¬†Follow me on Pinterest¬† *** Kollabora *** Bloglovin¬†*** ¬†BurdaStyle ¬† ¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬† As much as I love sewing for work, I must admit: there is not that much room left where to stretch business casual. My¬†dress code at work is rather business than casual, and that is a limitation on its own. Not much changed is … Continue reading Romantic, yet business casual. Sewing and designing

My Sewing “to do” list – 5 perfect Burda Style patterns for Business casual look

¬†¬†¬†¬† As I mentioned earlier – I am all in for sewing business casual. Surprisingly, there are some great ideas¬†out there about how to make boring office life brighter with simple, yet fun and sophisticated style ideas. I am not sure yet if I am ready to experiment with bright colors and how business appropriate … Continue reading My Sewing “to do” list – 5 perfect Burda Style patterns for Business casual look

Sewing business casual: all dressed up in navy blue!

  ¬†¬†¬†Follow me on Pinterest¬† *** Kollabora *** Bloglovin¬†*** ¬†BurdaStyle According to my sewing schedule last week I entered my business casual phase. I am almost 100% positive that I am done with sewing summer dresses and all those flirty tops and shorts, and entering the ne phase: sewing for work. This determination holds certain … Continue reading Sewing business casual: all dressed up in navy blue!