September Inspiration Board

The September Inspiration Board
Ahhh September! What a month. I for one have been enjoying settling back into a normal London routine and getting stuck in at the studio. I've found a new way of working which feels like an easier and more efficient way to channel my overflowing ideas into something constructive. I currently have 3 new patterns on the go, one of which will be released in a matter of days...!
It seems like it's not just me who's enjoying the start of autumn. There have been so many lovely makes coming through on instagram, I love seeing them all. It definitely feels like a good time to be settling into a new project. If you need some ideas for what kind of autumn fabrics to pair with our patterns then check out our recent blog on the topic here. I've had a few questions recently about where to buy fabrics so I've added a list of my favourite places at the bottom of that blog post. 
In this newsletter we have a few amazing makes from Frankie ( who's apparently had a very productive month of making! There are some lovely classic makes and a very beautiful 'hack' detail that I definitely need to try soon...
I hope you enjoy this months Inspiration Board and happy sewing for the month ahead!


x | Worker Trousers | Over Shirt | Worker Trousers
@sewing4amy | Classic Shirt
@tanglesandstarlight | Worker Trousers
@arleestewart | Daphne Trousers
@miriam.sews | Cara Top
@sewoffthegrid | Over Shirt
@y_craft_shapes | Frida Shirt
Beautiful additional frill around the collar - detail added by maker.
@y_craft_shapes | Frida Shirt
@laura.wolfgang | Classic Shirt
Maker chose to cut a few sizes bigger for this oversized look.
@laura.wolfgang | Classic Shirt
@gabby_sews | Over Shirt
@mel.sewed | Over Shirt
And lastly, here are a couple of my favourite looks from the past month. I'm enjoying being back in thick shirts and cosy trousers and my waistcoat has gotten a lot of wear (bought in a vintage shop).
The Spring Trousers above are made from a thick brushed twill from Merchant & Mills which is absolutely heavenly. It works so well with the Spring Trouser - the whole garment feels weighty and substantial but super cosy.
Next on the make list is something in a beautiful red corduroy I bought from Raystitch...