• Lark Sew-Along: Boatneck

    Now for our final neckline, the boatneck. This one is by far the easiest with only 3 steps. Lets go! This first step is optional, but if you have a serger I recommend serging around the neckline. This helps to create a fold line around the neck edge and also looks nice on the finished […]

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  • Lark Sew-Along: V-Neck

    Today we’re going to finish up the neckline of the V-Neck. For this I recommend using a combination of your sewing machine and serger if this is your first time putting in a v-neck band. If you’ve done a few and are feeling confident you can put it in using only your serger, but we’ll […]

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  • Lark Sew Along: Scoop & Crew Necks

    This week we’ll be finishing up the bulk of the Lark Sew-Along starting today with the scoop & crew neckline finishing. Both necklines are finished in the exact same manner, the only difference between the two is that the necklines are different lengths. To begin, take your neckband piece and with right sides facing each other […]

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  • Lark Sew-Along: Body

    Today we’re going to be assembling the body of the Lark. All of the shirts follow this method so whether it doesn’t matter what sleeve length or neckline you’re using, these will be your first steps. Bonus that after this all you need to do is the neckline and hem! I’ll be using a serger to assemble […]

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  • Lark Sew-Along: Working with Knits

    We’re here today with the first installment of the Lark Sew-Along talking a little bit about working with knits. We’re not going to touch on every aspect of working with knits since we’ll be getting into that during the sew along, but there are a few things I wanted to touch on before we get […]

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