• Sew and Tell | Morna

    Are all of us up here in the north tired of wearing long sleeves and layering up? I certainly am. This Archer Button Up that Morna made has me re-excited about winter! Which is a very good thing because we still have months to go. I’m loving the chambray, the collar and most of all […]

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  • 2016 in Review: Pattern Variations

    There are hundreds of pattern variation tutorials that we would love to post! There is so much potential for each pattern. We love doing pattern variations because so many ideas come from you! It’s really fun to brainstorm with our community. In 2016 we came up with several. We only wish we could have done […]

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  • Camp Workroom Social Recap

    A few weeks ago I spent the weekend in the Catskills teaching an amazing group of ladies how to sew the Archer at Camp Workroom Social. I don’t have many photos because I was too busy having an amazing time to stop and snap many, but it was such a great experience. Luckily we have this […]

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  • Fall Style Inspiration – Sarah

    I can’t wait for the leaves to start changing, because when they do it means it’s time for my favorite outfits to come out! They were packed up under my bed all summer and now it’s time for them to emerge. This year I am going to be making many many new handmade items to pair […]

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  • Archer Pleated Popover Variation Tutorial

    Back when we introduced the Archer Popover Variation Pack we had a lot of people interested in a tutorial on how to put a pleat at the bottom of the center front placket. Today we’re going to show you how to do just that! You’ll need to make a few alterations to your pattern to begin […]

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  • Design Details: Graphic Line Drawing

    I’ve been keeping a board on Pinterest called Design Details for a while now, just pinning anything that I found interesting. The other day while cleaning up my boards I noticed I had quite a collection of garments with these embroidered line drawing details on them. They remind me of a more subdued sartorial version […]

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