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Introducing the Saltwater Slip Dress!

Hey guys, welcome back to our blog. In todays post we are introducing our brand new pattern, the Saltwater Slip Dress. Continue reading to find out more about the sizing, fabric suggestions and some styling/make inspiration.
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3 Summer Wilder Gown Outfits by Paige

Hey guys! Here in the UK the summer has just begun and the sun has been shining lots the past few weeks. With the warmer weather it's a great time to style summer dresses and I personally love bright colours and prints. In this blog post I am sharing 3 of my favourite Wilder Gowns and how I am styling them in the summer months. 
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8 Handmade Spring Outfits

This week on the our YouTube we styled 8 handmade outfits for spring! All of the patterns used to sew these garments were from indie companies. We have included the largest size as well as the size Chelsea made in the description of each outfit!
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Summer Style Inspiration | Ilford Jacket & Sagebrush

Summer is just around the corner and that means it's time to enjoy wearing lots of lovely me made summer outfits. In this blog post we are sharing a selection of lovely pieces to inspire your summer me made wardrobe using the Friday Patterns. Continue reading to find out more.
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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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3 Adaptations of the Davenport Dress by Siri Kate

Hey hey! I am Siri from @siri_kate on Instagram. When I first saw the Davenport dress, I felt drawn to it even though it’s a little outside of my comfort zone. Anytime I start a new pattern, I try to examine it from all the angles - how many ways can I wear it and how can I hack the pattern. I am quite happy to share with you 3 ways you can use the latest Friday Pattern Company Pattern. 
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Hacking The Davenport Dress To Make A Top by @needleandthebelle

Hey guys, my name is Aaronica from @Needleandthebelle. The Davenport Dress is such a dreamy pattern that coming up with a hack was hard—how do you change something that’s already so wonderful? Well, friends, I did it. In this blog post I share how I hacked the Davenport Dress to be a knit top that’s perfect for the spring and summer seasons.  When I started out sewing, I didn’t understand that you couldn’t use woven fabrics for knit patterns. But I quickly learned that you can use knit fabrics for woven patterns and that’s just what I did here. Because the pattern is drafted for woven, I didn’t have to use my coverstitch to finish the garment—my sewing machine and...
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The Davenport Dress With Ankle Length Skirt by Atia from @thebrightblooms

Hi I’m Atia @thebrightblooms (on Instagram) and I’m so happy to be sharing a post on the Friday Pattern Company blog! As soon as I saw the Davenport dress pattern I knew it would be the perfect style for me. In this blog post I talk through making the pattern and how I adapted the skirt to be ankle length.
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Introducing; The Davenport Dress Pattern

Welcome our brand new sewing pattern, the Davenport Dress! We are so excited to launch this new pattern and in this blog post, we share more details about the pattern, the sizing, suggested fabrics, and inspirational images to get you ready to make! Keep reading to find out more.
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The Deconstructed Heather Blazer by Cisco Sews | Recycle & Repurpose Friday Sewtacular

My name is Francisco Diaz, and I am really excited to have the opportunity to show you my version of the Heather Blazer! I am a designer and newbie slow-fashion sewist living in Phoenix, Arizona. I love to use second-hand fabrics when sewing and have a passion for up-cycling, thrift shopping and celebrating imperfection. You can see more of my work at @ciscosews on instagram! 
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