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Category: Bleuet

Camille | September 8 2021

We all need a little extra whimsy in our lives right now, and perhaps this is why 2021 has been the year of ruffles, dramatic sleeves, and gathered skirts. Whether your style is more bohemian, cottage core, or romantic—these details can add a feminine touch and something extra special to your garments.  Even better, they […]

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Eléonore | October 19 2018

The main asset of the Magnolia dress is its plunging neckline, so we really had to address bust adjustments on this pattern! Our patterns are drafted for a C or D cup, but if your bust is smaller or larger, no worries: here’s how to adjust the pattern. First of all, you’ll need to determine […]

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Camille | October 6 2017

The leaves are changing, and rich jewels tones are taking over our wardrobes: mustard, navy, plum, forest green… During a trip to Mood Fabrics in NYC, I happened upon this beautiful navy swiss dot cotton crepe fabric. I instantly pictured it as a sleeveless button-down shirt. This might seem a little strange, especially if the […]

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Camille | September 15 2017

If you have been following Deer&Doe for a while, you probably know the Bleuet dress already. Still, it won’t hurt to go over the recommended fabrics once again 😉 Bleuet is a dress that works in a great variety of fabrics: poplin, lawn, wool, linen, chambray… Just make sure to avoid very lightweight fabrics (such […]

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