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Camille | September 23 2016

Hi y’all! After Eléonore last week, it’s my turn to show you my Safran outfit! I was very inspired by the “pin-up” association and the retro moodboard we published a few weeks ago, so I took advantage of the last few days of summer to wear this sleeveless crop top, before I have to go […]

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Camille | September 21 2016

Sewing perfectly fitted pants is not impossible if you tackle fit issues one by one. Here is how to get rid of folds and gapes at the back of your Safran pants! Fitting pants is not always a very intuitive process. Around the hips and bum, many different aspects of your body shape can influence […]

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Camille | September 19 2016

One strong point of Safran is that it can be made in many different fabrics for a wide range of styles: denim, twill, cotton sateen or even pleather, as long as it has 20 to 30% stretch, it works! However not every fabric requires the same tools, especially when it comes to sewing machine needles. […]

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Eléonore | September 16 2016

Hi everyone! Today for #safranseptember, let me show you my pared-down version! I chose to make my Safran pants in version B, with the length from version A. The reason being that I like minimalist clothing, but also because it is so quick to sew! I used a gabardine that I had bought on Tissus.net […]

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Camille | September 14 2016

In this tutorial, we’ll look into using the lengthen/shorten lines of the Safran pants to adjust the legs and rise. Like all Deer&Doe patterns, Safran is drafted for an average height of 5’6″ (1m68). Depending of your height and proportions, you might have to add or remove some length from the legs and/or rise. This […]

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