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Velvet Sagebrush Peplum Top with Sleeve Bows

This time of year always makes me want to dress in pretty velvet fabrics whether it's for a party or a cosy festive day at home with friends. There is something so charming and romantic about velvet that I always love. When I saw this pink velvet fabric from Rainbow Fabrics Kilburn I knew I had to create something cute for the holidays. In this blog post I talk in detail about making the Sagebrush Top pattern, with the addition of a peplum style waist and sleeve bows.
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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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Sagebrush Top Hack with Cropped Tie Up Waist & Cuffed Sleeves, by Leila Makes

Hi all! My name is Leila of @leila.makes. I am a mixed/shelter/wildlife veterinarian, grad student, and sewist! In this blog post I am sharing how to create a Sagebrush Top hack with a cropped waist with ties and fitted sleeve cuffs. Continue reading to find out more.
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Guest Post: Gyasti Shows us a Sagebrush Dress Hack

This guest post was written by Gyasti Averia. Gyasti is an Indonesian born, LA based sewist/maker with 2.5 years of sewing experience. Linen is her favorite fabric to use, and she mostly work with indie patterns!
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