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Category: Chardon

Camille | October 14 2016

Nothing says “fall” like a great plaid fabric! At Deer&Doe, we love this classic and elegant pattern, which brings back memories of long walks in the woods and leaves changing color. The obvious substrate for plaid is of course cotton flannel, which is perfect for cosy and comfortable button-down shirts. It is the ideal fabric […]

Camille | October 5 2016

October is here, and that means Halloween will soon be upon us! To be honest, dressing up on October 31st is not really a thing in France. Neither is carving pumpkins, or filling your house with spooky decorations… But as it turns out, Halloween is Eléonore’s favorite holiday, and mine too! We started brainstorming costume […]

Eléonore | May 18 2016

The sun is finally shining and we are planning our dream spring wardrobe! Here is a small selection of what has been inspiring us lately 🙂 Sureau (modified) – Anémone (modified) – Mélilot – Chardon Centaurée – Brume – Arum Tell us, what’s in your spring wardrobe? Do you have any favorite Deer&Doe patterns for […]

Eléonore | May 3 2016

You know it by now, we love when you hack Deer&Doe patterns to create unique garments! For my #makenine challenge, I had planned to modify the Chardon skirt into a midi-length skirt. Here is the result in an outfit that transitions from winter to spring! To create this lengthened Chardon, I simply drew lines extending […]

Camille | April 15 2016

We love to see our patterns sewn in lots of different ways. French blogger Barbara from Bee Made had us drool over her five versions of the Chardon skirt, so we asked her a few questions… For those who still don’t know you, can you tell us a bit about yourself? I’ve been a blogger […]