Round-ups of a pattern are so fun, don’t you think? It’s so hgelpful to see a pattern in different fabrics and on different bodies. I’ve asked for a few volunteers to help me spread the word about the new Jade Skirt, and a lot of people were excited about this new release too! Here’s some examples for your inspiration. Click the name of the reviewer to see more photo’s and read what they think about the Jade skirt.
Hello friends, today I have some good news: the Jade Skirt has had a major update! It’s now available in our store, and those who already have it can find the Jade Skirt with updated size range in their account.
The Jade Skirt has a few steps in the construction that are not exactly difficult, but that could do with the help of some visual explanation. The skirt-sandwich that you make in order to get perfectly enclosed seam allowances is one of them. In the video below I’ll show you how to sew the front to the back of the Jade Skirt. This is Step 3 in the instructions.
The Jade Skirt has a few steps in the construction that are not exactly difficult, but that could do with the help of some visual explanation. In the video below I’ll show you how to attach the lining to the front piece of the Jade Skirt.
The great thing about sewing patterns in my opinion is that they’re just a starting point. You can play with them until you have something that makes the final garment even more awesome than the original design. Every time I come across someone who has done just that with one of our patterns it makes me so excited. I absolutely love playing a part in bringing someones imagination into reality. Today I’m showing off one of these makes: a tweed Jade Skirt by Sally Fort, aka TinkeringTimes. Below she’ll tell you what inspired her Jade skirt and how she made it.