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Tiger In Love!

It is absolutely amazing what you can buy online these days. I say this because I found this amazing embroidery patch of a tiger and it looked so beautiful. 724 more words

Pattern Making

Best of the British: Children’s Designers with a Classic Twist

Considering the history of British clothing, you will find that it has always been synonymous with bespoke tailoring, classic cuts and unparalleled quality in the choice of fabrics used. 1,165 more words


I did a lot of thinking before I cut into this fabric!

‘Agandca’ is one of the most intriguing Liberty prints I have worked with. It is based on a 1910 design from the Liberty archive and the complicated pattern looks a bit like embroidery. 68 more words

Horsing Around in Carmel

“You have to keep it”, said the VPS when I tried to return this sweatshirt to J. Crew. I had gone on a bit of spree and was editing my choices. 132 more words

Melbourne style, London cool: Phillips Shirts x Liberty London

One of Melbourne oldest shirt makers has added five new Liberty styles to their collection. Made in Melbourne from current season prints, Phillips is proud to continue their long-standing relationship with… 18 more words

Tie Back Betty Dress

The majority of my wardrobe now is me made but I do have a couple of ready to wear dresses that I still love, one of them being this Topshop tie back dress that I bought off eBay some years ago. 289 more words


Liberty Tie Strap Flora

By Hand London’s Flora dress is my go-to Summer dress pattern; I think I have around 10 of them now. It’s pretty easy to sew, the finish is great due to some clever lining techniques and it’s really easy to adapt, particularly the straps. 147 more words