Monthly Archives: November 2016

Drafting a Larger Block (aka sloper)

Last post I touched on a possible approach to drafting a block in a size larger than the given size chart in Aldrich. Size 12 is used as an example in the instructions, here’s the 12 with the 30. The … Continue reading

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More Scraps and Bigger Block Drafts

Real Life is still curtailing sewing here, so I contented myself with using scraps for bags. This shopper (cut last week) is also from Sew Serendipity bags, more or less made up per pattern. The differences were to shorten the … Continue reading

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French Patrones and Scrappy Sewing

Sewing time is still in short supply, I made a couple of bags scrappily. The first is from a really nice fabric remnant gifted to me, combined with some furnishing fabric left overs. This pattern was made up on the … Continue reading

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