Are you ready for part 2 of the RIOLA skirt tutorial? After making the bound opening, sewing the front pleat, the pockets and the sides of the skirt, it’s time to make the waistband, complete with a clean and pretty seam allowances finish, and attach it to the skirt.
I’m thrilled to present the new collection. It has taken a lot of time but I’m happy to say that it was worth the wait (in my honest opinion!). The great thing is that it’s not one, but four new patterns being released today! You will be able to make a complete outfit or two for everyday or for a special occasion. Let’s see it together.
This collection is made up of four strong pieces that can be worn alone or together to create your dream suit. The Dalt blazer, double-breasted and with a big lapel, is the most advanced pattern of them. Make it in suiting woollens or in linen, it’s perfect all year round and will look dashing with denims or the coordinate trousers. Dalt is fully lined, it has flap pockets and buttoned sleeves.
The Reig trousers are deceptively simple: high waisted, hugging hips and wide legs, the originality is in its waistband. It buttons on the side with a D-ring. The side seams hide big pockets.
Casually opened over a tee-shirt or closed next to the skin, the Costera waistcoat is easy and fast to sew. The details: its faux welt pockets and the side slits.
Last but not least, you’ll love the Riola skirt with its deep front pleat and the hidden closure. To highlight its volume, choose fabric with enough body: how about poplin or linen for summer, or Brocard or woollen for winter?