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Eléonore | November 19 2020

In Dressed we taught you how to create and design a capsule wardrobe, but since then we have received many requests to apply The Method to the rest of the Deer&Doe library. Today we’ll cover some ideas for how to build a capsule wardrobe around the colder seasons. Our goal today is to create a […]

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Camille | November 2 2020

There are many varieties of knit fabrics available, and figuring out what you need and how to sew with it can be intimidating if it’s your first time. However, working with knits is not as hard as you may think, and you don’t need a serger or special equipment to accomplish a nice garment. There […]

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Eléonore | October 29 2020

You’ve taken your measurements, checked out the sizing chart, and your waist and hip place you in different sizes. Don’t panic! Here’s how to grade the Acajou pants between sizes. In this example, we’ll grade from a size 42 at the waist to a size 44 at the hips. Only pieces 1 through 5 will […]

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Eléonore | October 27 2020

Continuing with our review round ups, today we have five different sewing bloggers sharing their thoughts on the Neige sweatshirt. We’ve included some highlights below, but we encourage you to visit their full posts for more photos and information. Thank you Emmanuelle, Barbara, Laurence, Marie, and Myrlene for taking the time to review Neige! Emmanuelle […]

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Eléonore | October 26 2020

With each collection release, we know how important it is to see the new patterns made by different sewists, in varying styles and fabrics, and learn about their thoughts working with the pattern. We’ve reached out to five different sewing bloggers and asked them to share their honest reviews of the Acajou pants. Thank you […]

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