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Category: Dressed

miranda | August 19 2020

The right fabric will make or break your finished garment, which is why we devote an entire chapter in Dressed to understanding fabrics inside and out (literally). If you have taken the time to work through The Method, you might find yourself with a fleshed out sewing queue, a new color palette, but an already […]

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miranda | August 12 2020

Basics are the building blocks of wardrobes, and no closet is complete without them. Dressed will teach you how to plan your wardrobe, and provide you nine new Deer&Doe patterns designed with basics in mind. These patterns can help you fill holes in your closet, or serve as a jumping off point for further design […]

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miranda | August 6 2020

Dressed: Design and Sew the Wardrobe for You made its published debut in French back in November, and we are pleased to announce that the ebook version is now available for both our English and French readers! Same book, same nine new patterns, and now instant gratification. Learn how to use color theory, analyze your […]

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Camille | January 7 2020

For the release of our new book, we’ve decided to interview a few of our reviewers to learn more about how they think about their sewing practice and wardrobes in light of the method presented in Dressed. We end this mini-series with Laurence, aka Pimsy! I’m a very spontaneous person by nature, and I think my sewing matches […]

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Camille | December 19 2019

Every year for the holidays, I like to make a Christmas dress to celebrate the season and the end of the year. My family, though, is not big on dressing up for special occasions. Maybe the occasional Christmas sweater, but forget about fancy velvets and sequins! So this time, I wanted to sew a dress […]

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