Sew Frosting this November with Gorgeous Wrap Dresses
Ever since the hashtag was introduced a few years ago, I've always been fascinated by the concept of #sewfrosting. For those of you who haven't kept track of it, it's a concept started by Closet Core Patterns and True Bias to feature items that you may...Read Post
We are exploring different blouse options for the month of April so that after two months of sewing bottoms, you won't have to go walking around topless (unless that's your thing). Now, there are a lot of options out there for separates that you can pair with skirts and trousers: woven tanks, classic button-downs, tunics and more. But, we chose blouses because they combine classic styling with unique features that lift them above the ordinary. Because, at the end of the day, we know you want to make tops that look just as good with jeans as they do with your best skirt.
I've always found March to be an odd, transitional month. It's not quite winter - heck, it can be in the sixties on some days here in the northeast - but it's definitely not spring - I've been skiing many days in March.
This dichotomy often presents wardrobe problems for me, and that's when separates are the best. Layers, layers and more layers. So for March, I personally believe pants are the best options, and that means that we've chosen three lovely trouser patterns for your sewing pleasure.