• Using Thread Chains To Keep Bra Straps In Place | Grainline Studio Using Thread Chains To Keep Bra Straps In Place

    A few years ago we talked about our love of thread chains in the studio and how useful they are when you want to keep two layers of fabric together loosely. Today we'll show you how we use thread chains to keep bra straps in place under sleeveless garments like our Alder Shirtdress, Hadley Top, Farrow [...] Continue Reading
  • How to Line the Farrow Dress Pt. 2: Sewing Instructions

    Today I'll be walking you through assembling the lining pieces of your Farrow Dress. If you missed our previous post on how to draft the lining pieces, you can find that here. To begin, assemble the main (or self) fabric of  your Farrow according to the instructions through Step 8. Stop here and set the [...] Continue Reading
  • How to Line the Farrow Dress Pt. 1: Pattern Alterations

    Today I'll be showing you the first step in how to line your Farrow Dress! It's really very simple and great for slightly sheer or very silky fabrics. The dress above has a shell and facings made from ivory 4-ply silk crepe de chine with a slightly warmer neutral silk charmeuse lining. Now lets draft [...] Continue Reading
  • Farrow with No Pockets

    In our first Farrow Dress variation we're going to show you how to omit the pockets on your Farrow. A few people asked why anyone would want a dress without pockets on Instagram and I can think of a few. Little known fact, or maybe not I'm not sure, but I wore a pocketless Farrow for [...] Continue Reading
  • Farrow Dress Roundup

    Now that the Farrow Sew-Along has wrapped up and we’re about to get into a few Farrow Variations we thought it would be fun to showcase a few of your Farrows popping up on social media! By far the best part of every pattern release is seeing the garments popping up on Instagram and the […]

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  • 2016 in Review: Pattern Releases

    This has been a really exciting and rewarding year for us. We worked together, combining our talents and released four new patterns. Releasing patterns is such a fun and creative process. For the most part! After the drafting and testing part is done we come up with a name for the pattern. We brainstorm for […]

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