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Category: Aubépine

Camille | July 7 2016

This is a question we have been asked many times: how to adapt our patterns for a pregnant body? Though neither of us has given it a try yet, many talented seamstresses have used Deer&Doe patterns to create beautiful maternity garments… Here is a round-up of our favorite projects for mothers-to-be! 😉 Of all our patterns, […]

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Eléonore | October 23 2013

I’m sure you are all a bit like me: sometimes I like to take my time to sew a complicated or time-consuming detail on a garment, and sometimes I like when projects go quickly and smoothly! Some of you have been asking how to remove the tucks from the bodice and sleeves of Aubepine to […]

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Eléonore | September 25 2013

Are you a little scared of sewing tucks for the first time on Aubépine’s sleeves and bodice? Today we’ll see how to make them step by step 🙂 To do so, you’ll need a long ruler and something to mark your fabric precisely. I personally favor washable felt-tip pens because they are precise and don’t […]

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Eléonore | September 23 2013

Hi everyone! This week, I’ve decided to write a few tutorials to help you get the most of the Aubépine pattern. Today we’ll see how to alter the bodice to make a small bust adjustment (SBA) or full bust adjustment (FBA). Warning: before starting to adjust your pattern, always sew a muslin first: depending of […]

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