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Category: Ondée

Camille | November 2 2020

There are many varieties of knit fabrics available, and figuring out what you need and how to sew with them can be intimidating if it’s your first time. However, working with knits is not as hard as you may think, and you don’t need a serger or special equipment to accomplish a nice garment. There […]

Eléonore | February 15 2018

The perfect staple piece to go with all your high-waisted dresses and skirts, the Ondée sweater is now available in PDF format in sizes 34 to 52! It was a part of our very first knit collection, and it’s now available in digital format! Ondée is a cropped sweater with two variations: one with short […]

Eléonore | January 23 2018

We’ve recently released the Zéphyr dress in PDF format! For the occasion, let’s round-up a few of our favorite dresses made from this pattern. And boy, has this pattern inspired you since it came out! We’ve seen so many lovely interpretations, and many of you have even tried hacking it or mixing it with other […]

Camille | August 22 2016

Here is the first finished project of my #makenine challenge: a striped Ondée sweater. So French! Breton-stripes are a true French wardrobe staple. For us, they basically count as neutrals as much as black, white, nude or navy. They go with everything! I made this sweater out of a luscious striped interlock knit from Harts […]

Camille | January 21 2016

Today we are putting the Ondée sweater in the spotlight, with the wonderful versions made by Tassadit from the blog Rue des Renards! At Deer&Doe, we have had a crush on Tassadit’s retro and colorful style for a few years already. We even had asked her to present her Datura blouse made from upcycled men […]