• How To Sew Piping Into Your Garments | Grainline Studio Two Ways to Sew Piping into Your Garments

    It's no mystery that attention to detail is necessary when it comes to making clothing; clothes that are well-made and long lasting require care during making. After we've sewn a pattern enough times and have the foundational details down pat we get pretty comfortable. Inevitably, this is the moment when most of our mistakes happen! [...] Continue Reading
  • Four Ways of Styling A Denim Moss Skirt | Grainline Studio Four Ways To Style a Denim Moss Skirt

    Earlier this week, we shared a few pictures of our recently refashioned Moss Skirt and talked a little bit about the process of refashioning. We didn't put a lot of pictures in that post, because we knew today was going to be picture heavy. Over time, we've learned that the patterns we wear the most [...] Continue Reading
  • Rolled Hem Linden | Grainline Studio Linden Variation: Rolled Cuffs and Hems

    Last week Lexi unearthed a bag containing the pieces for this cute short sleeve Linden we had cut months ago from the bottom of a long forgotten drawer. We set it aside because the fabric was too thick to use for the neckband and we couldn't find a matching ribbed knit to use but when [...] Continue Reading
  • Sew & Tell | Andreia

    I’m in love with the fabric Andreia chose to make this Linden Sweatshirt. It’s the perfect pop of color to have for a rainy spring day. Wishing it was mine! Name Andreia Where can we find you online? In a manner of sewing  Link to your post about this project @andsalgueiro Which pattern did you use? […]

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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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