Posts matching "skirt"

Deer&Doe: the Azara skirt

September 24, 2017

After my Givre dress, let me introduce my version of the Azara skirt, the second pattern of the new Deer&Doe collection, which I sewed shortly after the release.

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Deer&Doe: the Goji skirt

March 15, 2017

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The new Deer&Doe collection is finally out! This time it contains three new spring-summer patterns: a blouse (Hoya), a trench coat (Luzerne), and a skirt/shorts (Goji), which is the one I’m presenting today 🙂

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Denim Rosari Skirt

March 6, 2017

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Between preparing for the release of the new Deer&Doe collection and feeling a bit tired lately, I haven’t even touched my sewing machine in a month, and I miss it a lot. However I still have one project to show here, that I managed to finish just before heading back to France: a denim Paulice Alice Rosari skirt.

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Neoprene vs. Scuba: a study in ZĂ©phyr

June 25, 2016

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The project I am showing today is so basic that I wasn’t sure it deserved a blog post by itself. It’s a simple ZĂ©phyr skirt, made out of a coral scuba. You know, scuba, this technical fabric that creates voluminous clothing that could almost stand up by itself, like the skirts and dresses made by Sandra, ElĂ©onore, or Jolies Bobines? But wait, my skirt drapes very differently from these, the fabric is much more fluid… What’s the deal with that? Well it turns out that even though the words seem to be used interchangeably pretty much everywhere, scuba and neoprene are actually two very different fabrics!

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Gingham fix

April 30, 2016

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Back in March I traveled to New Orleans to attend a great wedding (I’ll show you the dress I wore soon) and I took the opportunity to visit one of my favorites stores in the whole world: Trashy Diva. They carry their own retro clothing line, with 40s and 50s influences, exactly what I like to wear. Actually when we entered the shop my husband said to me “Oh I see… Everything here looks like stuff you’ve made..!”. I guess my taste in clothing is consistent!

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