Using her expert skills and pure sewing imagination, Simple Sew Blogger Susan Young has hacked the Chelsea Collection Blouse and added a button front, shirred sleeves and curved back hem, to make this gorgeous fit for Spring blouse.
Third up in our mini series, ‘Meet the Simple Sew Bloggers’ is Susan of blog, Susan Young Sewing. Experienced and experimental, Susan is one of our chief pattern hackers, who’s love for technique and craftswomanship is clear in every blog post!
The Amelia tea dress isn’t one Susan Young had sewn before but inspired by a friend who made one she remembered liking the shirred elastic midriff section. For her Simple Sew #sewthisischristmas festive make she selected a gorgeous rich stretch velour from Bobbins n Buttons and set to work on a stunning pattern hack!
I decided to try something different to dresses from the Simple Sew collection for my blog post this time so I’ve chosen the wide-legged Palazzo pants. I always have a look at any posts or reviews about a particular Simple Sew pattern first to check if there are any pitfalls I should look out for which might influence my decision, …