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Category: Myosotis

Eléonore | December 5 2018

Only a few weeks before the avalanche of holiday parties! Whether you’re celebrating with your family or going to your office’s NYE gathering, Deer and Doe has the outfit you need! Theatrical Magnolia: go for a bohemian look by using cotton, and this dress will take you through casual and special occasions alike. Trendy Narcisse: shine […]

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Eléonore | June 15 2018

Ever since its release, the Myosotis dress has met a huge success and social networks are filled with amazing renditions of the dress! Many of you have also modified the pattern to customize it. For those of you who feel more comfortable with step-by-step explanations, here is a tutorial for the most common variation: a […]

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Camille | June 8 2018

Gathering fabric is one of the essential techniques in sewing. By bunching part of a piece of fabric, gathers create volume. They are used to give more flare to a skirt (Centaurée), add ruffles (Myosotis), or even replace bust darts (Sureau). But gathering fabric requires patience and precision, and can scare away beginner sewists. Many […]

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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 […]

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Eléonore | May 21 2018

Let’s talk about bust adjustments today! Our patterns are drafted for a C cup, but if your bust is larger or smaller, don’t panic: here’s how to adjust your pattern. These tutorials will allow you to adapt the bodice of the Myosotis dress, but they’ll also work for any pattern with a two-dart bodice, such […]

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