What's Up Sew World Vol. 3

Hi sewing friends! I hope that you're enjoying this new series of sewing news. I'm doing a roundup every two weeks and so far I've had tons of things to share. If you have a launch or something to share, send me an email and let me know.

New Pattern Launches & Happenings

Sew Over It released a new pattern, the Joan Dress. I love the tie collar and classic design of this 60s style dress. It's available printed or as a pdf.

Sewaholic released the Vancouver Collection, five patterns for outdoor and athletic wear. My personal favorite is the Seymour Jacket (shown above, top right). 

Fancy Tiger Craft is releasing the Fen Pattern today. The pattern features a V-neck top and a dress. 

A new website called The Foldline launched yesterday, a social site for sewists. I haven't had a chance to explore it yet but it seems like it will be the sewing equivalent of Ravelry. WOOHOO! Maybe dreams do come true?

Colette has launched the Seamwork Radio podcast. The first episode with Jenny from Cashmerette was wonderful and I can't wait for the next one.

Madalynne released the Sierra Bralette pattern for free. (It's sized just for AA-B cup.)

This week has been the fall iteration of Selfish Sewing Week. There are lots of great posts on Indie Sew and Imagine Gnats. Yesterday I guest posted on the Indie Sew blog with a new DIY Fall Dress. I especially love this roundup of transitional Fall patterns.

Republique du Chiffon released a bunch of their patterns in English. Most of them (including the Dominique Jumpsuit shown above) are only available in printed form. But there are a few English pdf patterns available and it appears the rest are in the works.

Bookmark this:

Tips for sewing with sweater knits from Colette

Learn how to sew a pillowcase on Sew Mama Sew

How to Shorten a Zipper from Indie Sew

Free Maxi Skirt Pattern from Simple Simon & Co

Tips for editing your Instagram photos from Fall for DIY

True Bias shared a Southport Hudson mashup and it's totally gorgeous. I have both patterns and will definitely need to try out this jumpsuit. (shown above, bottom right)

Oslo coat pattern hack from Colette (shown above, bottom left) 

How to DIY Wide Leg Pants from A Pair & A Spare (shown above, top left)

In case you missed it, a few things I've been up to:

My 5 Favorite Easy Sewing Patterns
These are the patterns I go back to again and again and find myself wearing all the time.

DIY Chambray Culottes
The second installment of my Fall Sewing Plans.

Inari Tee Dress (guest post on IndieSew)
Third installment of Fall Sewing Plans. Gettin' stuff done around here!