• Design Details: Sculptural Pleats | Grainline Studio Design Details: Sculptural Pleats

    One of my favorite things to do on Pinterest is collect images of inspirational design details on a board, appropriately titled Design Details. Every now and then I scroll back through to see what I've been subconsciously collecting a lot of and this time I noticed a lot of images of sculptural pleats. Some of [...] Continue Reading
  • My Fall '18 Knitting Plans | Grainline Studio My Fall ’18 Knitting Plans

    I've got the windows open at home while I work and that can only mean one thing - it's time to plan my fall knitting & sewing! This is pretty much my favorite time of year so I'm always super excited to plan for it. I've honestly had these plans figured for a while, but [...] Continue Reading
  • Felix Women's Sewing Pattern PDF Download | Pattern Inspiration | Grainline Studio Felix Dress Inspiration

    All images from our Felix Inspiration Pinterest Board Now it's time to get your Felix Dress inspiration flowing with some RTW images! When designing the Felix I wanted an easy dress that I could wear day to day and feel put together but still be comfortable. For me that means loose, floaty, something that doesn't [...] Continue Reading
  • Yates Inspiration | Grainline Studio Yates Style Inspiration

    Today I want to share a little inspiration for your Yates Coats pulled from my Yates Inspiration board on Pinterest, starting with these pink beauties above! I saw a few people on Instagram mention having pink coating at the ready and I'm right there with them. Our sew-along coat is made from a dusty pink [...] Continue Reading
  • Hadley Inspiration

    Our vision for the Hadley was to create a top wearable on a daily basis that has bold details. We love the perfect tee, but we also love structured garments. The Hadley is a staple to any wardrobe and has the versatility that we strive for. It features a front seam that gives it a [...] Continue Reading
  • Handmade Styling: Cozy Winter Blues

    It’s one thing to make a garment you love, but often another to incorporate it seamlessly into your wardrobe – at least that’s what we hear from our customers all of the time. One of the many questions I get is if I can talk about how I mix and match my handmade items with […]

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