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Category: Datura

Camille | June 6 2018

May has just wrapped up, along with the favorite challenge of the sewing community. Me-Made-May is without a doubt the most-followed sewing event of the year: created by UK blogger So Zo in 2010, this yearly challenge pushes sewists to wear their handmade clothes with pride “in real life”. Everyone sets their own goal, and […]

Camille | October 26 2017

Sarah’s blog Wanderstitch is filled with amazing sewing projects, each of them as colorful as her pink and purple hair. After her review of the Bleuet dress, we were dying to learn more about her! For those who don’t know you, can you tell us a bit about yourself? Absolutely! Hi everyone, I’m Sarah; 30-something […]

Camille | July 20 2017

The Datura blouse is a big hit this summer! These past few months, both the paper and PDF versions have been our best-sellers by far 🙂 It makes sense as it is the perfect top to face the summer heat, with its scooped-out armholes and its relaxed cut that has just enough ease to not […]

Camille | May 3 2017

Good news for those of you who have been asking about it: the pattern for the Datura blouse is now available in PDF format, in sizes 34 to 52! Datura is a sleeveless blouse with a slightly loose fit, which features bust darts and a buttoned back. Since its release a few years ago, this […]

Eléonore | September 9 2016

You’ve been dreaming of a homemade wardrobe, and you were wondering which Deer&Doe patterns you could pair with your Safran pants? We imagined for you a few outfits in very different styles! Folk, classic, streetwear… With the right fabric and variation, your favorite patterns will play along 🙂 Lumberjack Plaid shirts and skinny jeans are […]