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Sewing Tidbits

Sewing Tidbits is the sewing blog written since 2013 by Delphine, the co-founder of Just Patterns.

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Hacked Burnside bibs or how to make things complicated...

Delphine (Sewing Tidbits)

I thought I might interrupt the Stephanie Skirt programming around here to show you the latest garment I made: a gatherless version of the Burnside Bibs by Sew House 7 and to share my changes in case you want to try it out for yourself. I usually have 2 ways of planning my sewing projects: 1/ I find an inspiration garment in RTW and look for a suitable pattern (or draft it if I have to) or 2/ I like a pattern and decide to make it as is or with minimal changes. This time was different…

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A move, exciting news and what to expect around here in 2018...

Sewing Tidbits

The last quarter of the year just seem to have been on fast-forward. Life has been busy at Tidbits HQ!  The main reason behind my silence is that I traveled to France for holidays (Yes, I saw the Dior exhibit and yes, it is absolutely amazing!!). Upon coming back to New York, I learned that I would be moving back to Haiti (on Thanksgiving weekend...) less than 2 months later. Things were hectic… I had to break my lease, sell all my furniture in New York, organize the shipment of the rest of my belongings aka the sewing room ;-), find a place to live in Haiti and start my new job! 

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Tidbits #6

Delphine (Sewing Tidbits)

It's Me Made May! I wish I was able to write some clever opening about it but really I can't... I didn't make any "commitment" to MMM but I'm trying to make conscious decisions about wearing my handmade garments more often. So I'm loosely participating, and I broke my personal pathetic record by wearing at least one me made garment per day around 10 days of the the month so far.

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