Hello everyone! I’m Brooke Smith, sewing addict and fabric collector from sunny Australia. You can find me sewing and sharing at Idle Sunshine. I’m excited to be a part of the Fringe Tutorial Series and to share my Fringe pattern hack – a Fringe and Farrah blouse pattern mash! I love a relaxed fit blouse,
Hi friends! I’m Nicole and I blog over at Merritts Makes and can be found on IG at @nf_merritts. I’ve been a fan of the Fringe since making my first version last summer. While I LOVE my Fringe Dress, I decided that what I really needed in my closet was a Fringe jumpsuit. Today I’m
Hello friends! I’m Rachael Anne Allison, avid dressmaker and home sewist. You can find my makes over on Instagram. Today I’m so excited to share my Fringe Dress hack: a button front tutorial! This dress has me dreaming of autumn leaves swirling around my feet and crisp air blowing through the trees while I sip on
Hello! I’m Catherine—you might you know me as threadsnips on Instagram or through my blog over at threadsnips.com. I was thrilled that Gabriela invited me to join her blog series, I hope you enjoy my Fringe Boho Dress Tutorial. I was already planning on making the Fringe Dress for Sew My Style (I’m one of
Hi friends! My name is Heidi, I blog at Handmade Frenzy and hang out a lot on Instagram at @heidi_handmadefrenzy. I am super excited to be here today and share my Fringe wrap front tutorial with you! Inspiration The inspiration for this hack was pretty easy since I’ve had this specific dress pinned
Hi all, for those who don’t know me, I’m Thao from Little Cumquat. I’m very grateful to be invited again as a guest blogger for Chalk and Notch, and I’m thrilled to be sharing with you this simple two-piece Fringe hack that I hope you will love. The Fringe pattern is one of my favorites.
We have a special guest today, the lovely Loni of HavinSewMuchFun, sharing her Woven Pixie with a side split hem! I love this hack so much that I have already made two and I have plans for more…maybe even a dress. This hack will require a bit more pattern work, but Loni walks you through