Indiesew Winter Collection // Handmade Fashion

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Guys! I am thrilled to share today’s post with you … it times perfectly with my capsule wardrobe introduction yesterday.
Two of the 37 pieces I chose for my fall/winter {as you can see from these pictures, we skipped fall and headed straight for winter!} capsule were handmade by me from patterns featured in the Indiesew Winter Collection.


The Indiesew Winter Collection contains five top-notch sewing patterns by
some of the most respected indie designers around. Buy the Winter Collection bundle and save 15%.

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Josephine Top by Made By Rae
A woven tunic or blouse with front pleats and three sleeve options. This woven top is perfect for layering under coats and blazers.

View B // Size: Small
Fabric: House of Wales by Robert Kaufman

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Modifications: I extended the length by 2 inches and reduced hem to 1/4″ and then 1/2″ (not 3/4″) / Stopped pleats at 13″ / Used side vents from View C / Stitched neck binding (b&w gingham!) to inside of blouse

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The Jospehine has great details and lots of room to add your own touches.

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Union St Tee by Hey June
A flattering tee with the option for a scoop or v-neck, and four sleeve options. The long
sleeved version pairs great with skirts.

V-neck, Long-sleeve // Size: Medium
Fabric: Knit, Hobby Lobby

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Modifications: Added a 2.5″ band to the hem to lengthen the tee / Added a 2.5″ cuff to the hem to lengthen the sleeve

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I’m thrilled with the way both of these pieces turned out and they are a great reflection of my casual day-to-day {Union St. Tee} mixed with a little dressier fun night-out {Josephine}.

Thank you to Indiesews for providing the patterns for this post and a HUGE thank you to my extremely talented photographer {and friend}, Jamie Hudson.

Linking up with The Pleated Poppy’s What I Wore Wednesday


  1. Jessica Taddicken says:

    So beautiful! Love the details on the first and the addition of the hem on the second is real cute! You did a great job as always!

  2. aw man this is AWESOME!!! I just love that plaid. Great winter outfits here!!!! XOXO

  3. Danielle Nielsen =) says:

    That striped shirt is ADORABLE – especially with the extra length in both the hem & sleeves! Even more especially since the stripes go the opposite way!

  4. Nicole says:

    You are so talented – these both look great!

  5. they both look adorable on you… great job! i am loving the long sleeved v-neck tshirt. can i pay you to make me one?

  6. That is awesome you made those! They look great! I need to practice my sewing skills more- right now I can barely sew a straight line! Always a work in progress :)


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