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aldaia dress 3
It’s not always easy to choose the right fabric when sewing: it needs to have the right drape, body, weight… and in the case of the Aldaia dress pattern, the right amount of stretch!
I’ve prepared a short video to show you what types of knit fabrics would work nicely for the Aldaia dress and a tutorial on how to calculate the stretch percentage of your fabric. For the Aldaia dress, you’ll need a fabric with a stretch percentage between 20% and 40%.

If you have any question, feel free to ask!

Watch the video in Youtube.


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port trousers 6


Here it is, the new pattern: the Port trousers and its short version. Its casual look will be perfect for the back at school/work season or the ones who don’t want to say good-bye to summer.
The chino cut, military inspired, makes it perfect all year-round. How about wearing view A with cuffed hems and heels for work or view B to make the most of the last summer days?
The Port trousers have a relaxed fit at the waist and hips with a slightly tapered leg and ankle length, as well as a mid-rise waistband with belt loops. There are many pockets options (you all know my love for pockets by now, no?): view A with front slant pockets and back patch pockets, view B with front patch pockets and back zipped pockets.
I recommend using medium-weight fabrics such as gabardine, twill cotton, linen, denim… or even lightweight woolen fabrics for a more dressed-up version.
The Port trousers pattern is available at the shop only as a PDF download.
I wanted to propose an easy trousers pattern, with interesting details, that could be made quite quickly (print it, stitch it on the very same day! Great as the week end is coming!). And printed pattern are coming back very soon…
I’m preparing a series of posts on trousers common adjustments, inspiration and a few tutorials in the up-coming weeks.
View A: gabardine from Cousette (worn with a Bailén top in rayon from Cousette)
View B: denim from Julían López (worn with a Carme blouse)
I hope you’ll like the Port trousers and that it will join your fall wardrobe!
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