My take on the Reeta dress from Named Clothing

Another month gone and I’ve got another Minerva Crafts make to share with you! The Reeta dress from Named Clothing has been a clear favourite amongst sewists – I’ve been seeing them everywhere! And why not? It’s a gorgeous midi length dress with a bit of a retro vibe going on, perfect for this summer! […]

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A Kielo wrap dress with a neckline hack

I’ve got my latest Minerva Crafts Blogger Network make up today and it’s the Kielo dress from Named Clothing! I’ve made the Kielo once before (check it out here) and I loved this dress. This pattern is definitely one of my favourite patterns of all time for the sheer genius of the design. It’s so […]

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My Top 5: Indie pattern companies

So today I’m on my way to the Sewing Weekender hosted by The Fold Line ladies and Charlotte from English Girl at Home. Which means there’s no new make for you guys today because I’ve been frantically prepping and packing for this little weekend away! (I’m so excited!!!) Instead what I’ve got is a round […]

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Ready for month 2 of Project #sewmystyle?

I am! This month we are sewing the Saunio cardigan from Named Clothing. Not gonna lie, this is another pattern that isn’t really my cup of tea. (I think it doesn’t help that the girl wearing it in the sample photos doesn’t look very happy to be doing so…).  But saying that, I have real […]

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Kielo wrap maxi dress

Here’s another pattern from Named! It’s my favourite pattern of theirs due to its sheer ingenuity. It’s a gorgeous wrap dress destined to make everyone look amazing!    Again I’ve got the same gripe with Named patterns in that their paper patterns don’t include seam allowance and this one doesn’t even come as one piece […]

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My Lexi dress!

This is my first make from my recent indie sewing pattern haul. I chose the Lexi dress from Named. I’ve been coveting Named sewing patterns for a little while already. I love their style, packaging, website, backstory… Basically everything! If I ever get round to producing my own patterns they’d be brand I’d aspire to. […]

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