• Updates on Kendra’s Wardrobe Plans

    So I have to say, as it typically happens, I have gone a bit rogue on my sewing plans. I have added and subtracted some items from the lists I made. The funny thing is that no matter how organized I make my plans, they always end up changing. With the release of the Tamarack […]

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  • Sew & Tell | Niina Tanskanen of Middlegray

    I recently stumbled across Niina’s blog, Middlegray and totally geeked over all her Grainline makes. I knew we had to feature one of her pieces as a Sew & Tell. This silk Lark looks absolutely luxurious and perfectly sewn. I recommend hopping over to her blog after reading this Sew & Tell to check out her […]

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  • Some of Our Favorite Lindens

    Lately in the studio, we have been reminiscing about old Lindens we have made and talking about just how much use we have gotten out of our different versions. I thought today I would talk a bit about a few pervious Lindens that have been posted to the blog. I wanted to feature specific examples that […]

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  • Lark Variation Strap Neckline Detail Variation

    Today I’m bringing you a quick and simple Lark variation, how to add a strap neckline detail, as pictured above. It adds an extra bit of interest plus it’s a fun and super easy way to change up the pattern! The first thing you will want to do is construct a Lark exactly as instructed to […]

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  • Sew & Tell | Katie from The Creative Counselor

    Katie let us know as soon as she finished the Lark and as soon as we checked it out we knew we had to feature it as a Sew & Tell. Her finishings are outstanding and can you believe this is only the second v-neck she’s ever sewn? We love her fabric choice and how […]

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  • Kendra’s Silk Archer

    Pattern: Archer Button Up Shirt Fabric: Silk Chiffon & Crepe De Chine Mods: Changed the armhole shape I’m in the process of drawing up my fall ‘15 wardrobe plans and it has me looking at what I already have, what I really need, and what I really want. I have fabric yardage and swatches coming in the mail, […]

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  • Whitewash Cabled Socks

    ravelry link pattern | bff by cookie a yarn | madelinetosh tosh merino light in whitewash needles | us 1 double pointed needles modifications | none plant | monstera deliciosa These socks and I have been through a lot together. I cast on during a flight to NYC with Jon back in February to see […]

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  • Sew & Tell | Kelly of Cut Cut Sew

    We always love seeing what Kelly does with the Grainline patterns. Her garments are always perfectly finished, she has a great eye for fabric, and her blog is so fun to read! We were floored when we saw this blazer. We love the color, fabric, and the fit. It’s a great piece and we had […]

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  • Brooklyn Tweed Stonecutter

    After a year of on again, off again, then totally on knitting, my Stonecutter (ravelry link) is done and photographed! I am absolutely in love with this sweater so get ready because I’m about to wax poetic all over this sucker. Lets start with the basics… Pattern: Stonecutter by Michele Wang for Brooklyn Tweed Yarn: […]

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  • Hemlock Tee in Woven Stripes

    Occasionally I get questions about making the Hemlock Tee in woven fabrics so I thought my latest blog collaboration with Britex Fabrics would be a perfect time to showcase that yes, it is possible! The fabric I used for this project is this large print, super graphic, black and white striped silk and my goal was to make use […]

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  • Linden Sweatshirt View B

    Pattern: Linden Sweatshirt View B Self Fabric: French Terry Ribbing: None used Size: Straight 6 because it needed to be photographed on my dress form. Typically I would use a 2 or 4 bust graded down to a 4 or 6 at the hip depending on the fit I wanted. View B of the Linden […]

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  • Linden Sweatshirt View A

    Today I’m sharing more photos of my View A Linden Sweatshirt and a bit more info about the pattern. Lets start with the pattern and fabric basics. Pattern: Linden Swea/product-tag/linden/tshirt View A Self Fabric: French Terry Ribbing: Hacci Rib Knit Size: Straight 6 because it needed to be photographed on my dress form. Typically I would […]

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  • Handknit: Benton Sweater

    It’s been a while since I’ve done a finished project post but I’m getting back on the horse and today we have my finished Benton Sweater! I started this sweater in mid April when I needed a road trip knitting project. Stonecutter seemed a little intense for taking on the road so a quick Ravelry searching revealed this […]

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  • Spring ’14 Wardrobe: Cream Terry Sweatshirt

    I’m so excited to blog the first part of my Spring ’14 Wardrobe! I finished this a little bit ago but was waiting for some non-coat, snow melted weather to go out and photograph it and yesterday was the day. I picked up this natural colored terry at Drygoods while I was in Seattle last […]

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  • Geometric 3/4 Sleeve Scout Variation

    I’ve been getting loads of emails for a long time all asking this question… “How do I make the Scout with longer sleeves?” Well I finally got it together and made one myself. Today I just have finished photos of my version and next post I’ll have the full pattern alteration tutorial which admittedly is […]

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