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Wednesday Weekly #127

Happy Wednesday! Just a quick heads up that I will be taking a little break from the Wednesday Weekly for a couple of weeks. I will be back with another roundup for you on April 11th and in the meantime, I have some other indie sewing posts to share! I am excited to catch up with what you all have been making next month!

Wednesday Weekly

News (clockwise from top left)

Sew Liberated released the Arenite Pants.

The Wearable Studio released the Franki Top.

Fresh Press Patterns has two new released, the Willow top and the Iris Top (featured above).

Sarah Kirsten released the Fennel Fannypack.

Pipe Dream Patterns released the three new patterns, including the Dùn Èideann Coat featured above.

Maker’s Atelier released the Keira Fogden Dress.

Sophie Hines released a new bralette pattern, the Cartesian Crop.

 

Makes

I am super into these red pants from Coco’s Loft.

Avery Leggings and a Blackwood Cardi from Gin and Tunic.

The Green Violet made a Concord Dress hack.

Made by Laquana looks killer in her McCalls faux jumpsuit.

The Girl Who Makes Things made a very cool Burda parka.

Check out this Kelly Anorak from Duckndam.

Tori from the Doing Things Blog reviewed my Avery Leggings pattern for running.

Stars Threads made a colourful butterfly dress.

I am obsessed with this Blazer from Unchas Unchas.

Jenny Maker nailed it with this Esme Cardigan.

This Joy Jacket from A Jennuine Life is great.

 

Resources

Athina Kakou released her first e-book, Sewing Your Dream Wardrobe.

Belle Citadel shares a roundup of indie patterns that use quilting cotton.

Gillian shares more Good News In Sewing!

 

On the Podcast

Erin Dollar is on the podcast to talk about Cotton & Flax, her collection of handmade textile home goods. We chat about her unique aesthetic, her creative process, and her line of fabrics with Robert Kaufman. Erin prioritizes sustainability in her creative business and this year she is striving to connect with the creative community in a deeper way. Listen here.

About the author

Helen

Helen Wilkinson is the designer and founder of Helen's Closet Patterns. She also co-hosts the Love to Sew Podcast! Helen is obsessed with all things sewing and strives to share her passion and knowledge with the sewing community.

9 Comments on “Wednesday Weekly #127”

  1. I loved the link to that post on sewing with quilting cotton. I go back and forth on using it all the time because I love prints and the prints are just so great sometimes. I also want some crazy clothes now and then, which I can definitely achieve with quilting cotton, even if it’s not the most “fashion forward “ substrate, so thanks for that.

  2. Sorry to lower the tone but I have to ask, do you Canadians use “fanny” like they do in the US, or like we do in the UK? Because over here it does not mean ass/arse, it means vagina. So “fanny pack” makes me do a double-take every time! We call that accessory a bum bag.

    1. Haha, thank you for pointing this out, Nina! We don’t use it the same way here. It means arse here, but it isn’t a very widely used word. We pretty much only say it in this context, ‘fanny pack’. Bum bag is arguably a much more fun name for it, though!

  3. Thanks so much for your round up! It’s very helpful as always. I did notice one typo – Sarah Kirsten is Sarah with an ‘H’ 🙂

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