Seamwork Issue 10

September, 2015

Style feels like an evolution, but it can develop in sudden bursts.

Sweet Orange Exfoliating Powder, by Kat Siddle.

Transform a basic block into a fitted bodice with curved S-shaped princess seams and a contoured waistband. By Devon Iott.

Get to know this sprawling city with Christine Haynes.

Sewing and Motherhood, by Charlie Wensley

A Profile of the TOFT company, by Charlotte Powell.

A brief history of tartan, by Devon Iott

How a non-profit is diverting textile ‘waste’ into the hands of makers, by Leanne Prain.

It’s time to give some extra attention to your most heavily used sewing tools, by Melissa Fehr.

Take the guess work out of matching prints with tips, tricks, and three matching techniques, by Piper Springs.

Create custom fabric at home, by Melissa Dettloff.

A look inside a 1970s Victor Costa dress.

This month, we looked for medium and light weight wovens for Akita and Moji

Where to get fabric, supplies, and recommended additional reading for this issue.

The effortless pants that flatter.

One blouse, one piece, one hour.

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