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Digital PDF-pattern for sewing a Smart-look Face-Mask/Cover.
Digital sewing PDF-pattern for making a Jersey-Yoke Template for your...
Digital PDF-pattern for sewing a Slouchy Beanie Hat (as easy as 1-2-3)).
Digital PDF pattern for sewing Open-back Jersey Halter Top with Back...
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Recently, people began to think about the environmental friendliness of the production of known fabrics, but also started to create new high-tech fibers. Here is a list of some inspiring new [...]
What do we mean when we say a fabric is “sustainable”? The first thing that comes to mind is that we’re talking about how fast a piece will wear down or tear, but that’s not right! The points th [...]
See what you can do with a bit of imagination?! It's the same with your sloper. You get the basics right – then you go forward with confidence, making changes to ease, style etc...
The intention of creating a sustainable or ethical wardrobe from scratch is a daunting one. Declining the brands you are used to, having to spend a little more than you would normally? All of [...]
From now on MC2-patterns are published as layered pdf’s. It means that in our latest patterns each size is on a different layer and you can make visible/printable only the size you need. You c [...]
What are the printable pdf-patterns usually? Sheets of paper with loads of lines; each size is indicated by a certain-type line and you can only carefully and accurately follow it.What [...]
Velour fabric is used for a variety of products from clothing to upholstery and even the interior of cars. It’s known for being sturdy and resistant to most stains, but it can get dirty and s [...]
Velvet, velveteen and velor - all three types of fabric have a characteristic pile surface. Despite the similarity of appearance, all three materials are original, unique and differ in [...]
Michele Oka Doner is an American artist and author who works in a variety of media including sculpture, prints, drawings, functional objects and video. She has also worked in costume and set [...]
Photo by freepik.com How about black or navy fabrics, on which you can’t really see felt-tip pen lines? In this case, mark your fabric with soap! Soap is very visible on dark colors, glides smo [...]
If you are going to a restaurant or theatre, then the best choice is a maxi dress. This style creates a luxurious image and visually extends the silhouette. If you are going to an event with a [...]
We all know, contemporary fashion is not sustainable. What’s perhaps most shocking, is how far-reaching the industry’s impact is. It affects four major areas: waste, water, toxic chemicals and en [...]
Working with knits is rather different from working with woven fabric. Here, we would like to share with you a few tricks on how to layout your fabric, cut, notch and transfer pattern [...]
CARE for JERSEY PRODUCTS Products made from jersey fabrics should be washed only in a delicate washing mode, using soft powders, at 40°C - this is the optimal temperature for almost any kind of [...]
Single jersey front side under microscope Jersey is a knit fabric used predominantly for clothing manufacture. It was originally made of wool but is now made of cotton, viscose, synthetic [...]