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Saturday Skirt Front Split Hack by Chelsea from @itschelseaw

Hi everyone, I’m Chelsea, from @itschelseaw and I’m so excited to be sharing this hack! I’ve wanted to make a Reformation-inspired slit-front skirt for a while now; I actually bought the fabric shown in this hack back at the end of 2021 for this purpose. My procrastination paid off, because as soon as I saw the Saturday Skirt I knew it was the perfect pattern for this hack! Continue reading to find out more.
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Arlo Track Jacket Button Up Sweater Hack

Welcome back to the Friday blog, in this post we are showing you how to create a button up fleece sweater using the Arlo Track Jacket pattern. It's a great hack for the colder months and the finished result is an easy throw-on garment you will want to reach for over and over again. 
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How to reduce the Sagebrush Top Sleeve

This blog post has been highly requested, with many asking the question 'how can I reduce the sleeve on the Sagebrush top'. Well, we are finally putting this to the test and showing what amends can be made in order to reduce the sleeve to make it less 'puffy'! Continue reading to find out more.
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Saguaro Set Tie Front Hack | By Pauline @sewuthinkucan

Hi, I’m Pauline aka @sewuthinkucan on IG, your friendly neighborhood pattern whisperer/hacker. I am super excited to share how I put my spin on the fantastic Saguaro Set pattern to create a tie front top hack & harem style pant. Continue reading to find out more.  The moment I saw the Saguaro set pattern I thought Chelsea was reading my mind while designing it. I couldn’t wait to get my grubby little hands on this pattern and sew several versions of it.  I’m a diehard dress lover but as of late two-piece sets have been my primary obsession. They’re my go to wardrobe outfits because of their versatility and interchangeability. I can’t believe I didn’t pack a single dress on...
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Ilford Jacket Trench Coat Hack | By Nisan at @the.social.fabric

Hey folks! I’m Nisan from @the.social.fabric on Instagram, where I share all my garment-making adventures. Today I’m super excited to share with you how I hacked the Ilford Jacket pattern to make myself a big, swooshy detective coat. Read on to get all the details about this project! Buckle up and get your snacks and drinks, it’s gonna be a long one.
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Patina Blouse 50/50 Color Block Sewing Hack | By Mary at @SableCraft

Hey, my name is Meg from @SableCraft and I'm sharing a Patina Blouse Hack Color Block in this blog post. Continue reading to find out how I create a black and cream color block Patina Blouse and the steps I took to alter the pattern pieces.
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Pattern Hack Make Inspiration

Hey guys, it's Paige here! The most exciting thing about making your own garments is being able to design your own pieces to make them unique. Friday Patterns are simple enough that they can be easily hacked to alter them to your style, shape and preferences. In this blog post I have put together a few inspirational ideas of potential hacks using Friday Patterns. Continue reading to see more.
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