As soon as I saw the free range slacks pattern by Sew House Seven, I knew I had to make a pair, they are exactly what I was looking for in a trouser to see me through what’s left of the summer. The pattern consists of 2 versions, a straight leg version and a tapered… continue reading.
The Sew House Seven toaster sweater is a staple in a lot of sewists wardrobe and it is easy to see why. The pattern comes in two different variations, both with different neck versions and both really lovely when they are made up. I have made both before, but for this time I chose to… continue reading.
I have probably been a bit of a Tilly and the Buttons fan girl since she appeared on the first series of The Great British Sewing Bee. In fact, it was that series that made me want to learn to sew in the first place, so when I became a stockists of her patterns and… continue reading.
The closet case kalle shirt is something I had been meaning to make for a few years and now that I have made one, I wish that I had done it a long time ago. The Kalle is a shirt pattern that comes in 3 different options, a dress with a high low hem, a… continue reading.
Got some exciting news yesterday! I have been nominated in the best independent retailer in Ireland category in @sewhq British Sewing Awards and I am beyond happy about it! Thank you to anyone who voted for me to get me to this stage, it really means a lot. I know I say it a lot but i am so grateful for all the support i get and to receive this after 4 months in business is just a little ridiculous!!
If you would like to vote for me then you can send off the form that comes inside this months issue of Sew magazine or you can vote online through their website. I would obviously really appreciate it 😊. I cried a few happy tears yesterday and treated myself to a gin in the bath, the last few months have been a little overwhelming but I am loving every minute of it. @ Oh Sew ...