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For those of you who sew and need to know how to use this stupid snap fastener, please see this blog!

How to Insert Metal Snaps in Fabric - Sew4Home

Outdoor jackets, yacht covers, baby clothes - the humble snap does it all. They’re easier to use than buttons and more durable than Velcro®. Find out the best tools to use and tips to follow to make inserting snaps… a snap!

Grandad collar

Sewing patterns

View details for the pattern Men's Crease Shirt 04/2013 #137 on BurdaStyle.

Pattern - Negroni by Colette Patterns.

Sewing Patterns That Teach

Sewing Patterns That Teach: Classic designs, beautiful packaging, and world-class instructions.

Sew-Along: Negroni Men's Shirt Pattern by Colette Patterns

MPB Men's Shirt Sew-Along!

Friends, we're all set! The MPB Men's Shirt Sew-Along officially begins on Tuesday, February 1 at 9 am EST . You have 25 days, which so...

Jedediah Pants Tissue Pattern

Chino-style trousers updated with a slim, casual fit, back yoke and stylish slash front pockets. These pants include two length options - knee length shorts with rolled cuff and full length trousers. They will wear well in a denim, corduroy or twill with the extra durability of flat fell seams. They could also be made in a lighter cotton or linen when sewn as summer shorts. The design includes top-stitched belt loops, flat fell inseams, a fly (with detailed illustrated sewing instructions)…

how to sew a shirt hem with bias tape

How to Sew a Shirt Hem with Bias Tape

I have a new tutorial on the Craftsy blog that I wanted to share here as well in case you missed it. As I mentioned previously, this is my new favorite method for hemming button-up shirts with curv…

Grainline Studio | Burrito Method for attaching a yoke

Alder Sew Along Day 8: Yoke Method 2

This second method of attaching a yoke is also known as the burrito method because everything gets rolled up inside the yokes like a burrito. To start, sew the outer yoke to the dress back at a 1/4

The Italian Fit? Try A Back Dart « The Sartorialist

The Italian Fit? Try A Back Dart

What makes Italians looks so slim? What helps them look so refined when casually dressed? The back dart on their shirts is a

A Colette Negroni for a West Coast Lumberjack |Cashmerette

A Colette Negroni for a West Coast Lumberjack - Cashmerette

Happy Boxing Day readers! I hope you had a great Christmas or other holiday of your choice. And now the Christmas gift posts can commence. You know, the only thing better than making garments for other people that they love? Seeing awesome photos of those garments! Let me present to you my good friend Anthony, {...Continue Reading}

Colette Negroni Shirts

Negroni 2: A Pattern Hack

Last month I made Tim a muslin Colette Patterns Negroni Shirt for his birthday with the promise of making more in the future. He wears his shirt to work regularly but had a few suggestions for improvements. Tim requested: slimmer cut sleeves; a traditional button band and placket rather than shirt front facings; a stiffer collar with a collar stand. I could have tried a different pattern, but they often lacked other must haves (e.g. back yoke, contrasting cuff placket, slim fit). So, in…

Fish eye darts

Back Darts and the Risks of Overfitting

Readers, would you say this man's shirt is too tight or just right? How much room do you think he has to lift his arms without ripping ou...

Anthony Logistics Skincare For Men Review | Make Skin Blog

To celebrate MaleSkin's imminent mobile friendly site re-launch, we're delighted to announce the arrival of Anthony Logistics skin care for...