Best of 2015: Most Popular Posts

Studio Move | Grainline Studio

Earlier this year we moved to a larger studio which helped productivity so much! I gave a little photo tour earlier this summer which you can see here.

Wardrobe Planning | Grainline Studio

This post where I reviewed a few hats I made was one of the most commented of the year – mostly because it seems like we all met the same fate with our Purl Boyfriend Hats. It was an interesting post for me because so many people had the same problem and we all identified with making something that turned out to be a huge flop. Sometimes it can be just as nice to post something that didn’t work out as something that did!

There were two clear topic winners, the first being wardrobe planning, you guys love it and so do I! It’s just so fun, thinking about the potential for a piece of fabric or pattern, drawing up plans, etc. Below are your favorite wardrobe planning posts from 2015.

Wardrobe Planning | Grainline Studio

Winter ’15 Wardrobe Plans

Wardrobe Planning | Grainline Studio

Fall ’15 Wardrobe Inspiration

Wardrobe Planning | Grainline Studio

Fall ’15 Wardrobe Plans

Another theme that was popular over round these parts was me rambling about making things in relation to wardrobe posts. The first post is one that was posted at the end of last year but continues to make the rounds and gather comments still, and it’s one that I almost didn’t publish. The rest were easier for me but still felt odd due to the rambling nature of them. Maybe I’m not the only person struggling for words to describe what I’m doing some of the time though.

Handmade Wardrobe | Grainline Studio

My Handmade Wardrobe Evolution

Handmade Wardrobe | Grainline Studio

Blog Goals: Posting Finished Projects

Handmade Wardrobe | Grainline Studio

FW ’15 Wardrobe Progress

Handmade Wardrobe | Grainline Studio

Socks, Sweaters & Styling Handmade Garments

5 replies on “Best of 2015: Most Popular Posts

  • Francis

    I always find your posts helpful. As a new sewer, I enjoy when you make fabric suggestions for the patterns. I never even wanted to sew, until I found your blog. I have a thin sweatery knit right now and I’m debating whether it should be a Lark or a Linden. Your waredrobe post are helpful to see how to put together our finished items with those already in our closet.

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  • PsychicKathleen

    I too always find your posts helpful for suggestions on everything from sewing, to dressing, wardrobe planning and I just love your sewing room! What struck me right away was all that light pouring in from those high windows and all that space between things. Heaven! Love your patterns. I wish you all the continued success in 2016!

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  • Kieran

    I love your posts! I remember the original post with the ivory scout shell planned, did you ever make that? i would love a tutorial if you could!

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  • Elle

    I love your wardrobe planning posts! I also realllllllllly loved your post on your handmade wardrobe evolution because I think you take a really measured and sensible approach. I can’t wait to see what you get up to in 2016!

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