Sewing Inspiration pictures from makers that have tried this particular sewing pattern. All pins have been saved with the approval of picture owners.
(@coloroffog) on Instagram: MMM, no. 15: A few years ago, this top was the first time I felt like I really GOT fit. During the muslin phase, I stumbled into learning about shoulder adjustments, which have made a huuuuuge difference in the way my clothes fit. Also, the neckline and the faux-cuffs on this pattern are 👌 . Sewing notes: Pattern is the #inaritop from #namedpatterns in a 100% linen stripe...
Lisa Fuller (@lis_________a) on Instagram: Not many of you know this but I’ve started a fashion course on top of a job and it’s been great, I’m learning a lot, but also I don’t have much time for personal sewing at the moment. Which is why you get an old make. It is a #reetashirtdress, pattern by [@NamedClothing] in a deadstock rayon from @fabricgodmother. This was actually the first garment I shared on Instagram. I love the print, but the fabric was hard to work with.
Tiff (@artsy_tiff) on Instagram • Took a mid-month break from documenting #memademay2020 but am determined to finish strong! @helens__closet #ashtontop in green bubble gauze from @stonemountainfabric and some #ninniculottes in a blue striped rayon from @fabricmart thats only a little bit Bananas in Pajamas. 🍌
(@lolssewandsews) on Instagram • #memademay2020 DAY 7: A new make- the @namedclothing #reetashirtdress in the most gorgeous lyocell, bamboo viscose, modal twill (think that’s right) from @sewmesunshine.uk . It matches nicely with my favourite flower in the garden (swipe) a potato vine (I think- feel free to educate me)...
K G (@kgmakes) on Instagram • I struggled with this “easy” Kielo Wrap Dress, but the easy elegance of wearing it is making me forget my sewing pain 😂 . . This is my second attempt at this pattern- the first one was foiled by a poor fabric choice (linen viscose jersey that had no recovery) and the facing tutorial on the @namedclothing blog...