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We really like to share these video tutorials with you as we know you might need some visual help or a little motivation to sew the Mila jumpsuit & dress pattern. As usual, we’ll cover all the steps to make the Mila pattern, this time focusing on View B, the dress version. But the construction is almost identical for the jumpsuit!

Have fun watching it and let us know if you have any questions…

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In order to help you sew your Romero trousers, we have prepared a special video tutorial how to sew the pockets and button opening for this pattern.

This step-by-step video will give you tips and advices to make what can be considered the most difficult part of the pattern… and you’ll see that it’s definitely not that difficult!

If you have doubts or you’re not sure how to follow one step, feel free to contact us any way you want: leave us a comment or send us an email at info@paulinealicepatterns.com, we’ll be more than happy to help you.

Don’t forget to share your projects on social media with the hashtag #RomeroTrousers.

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We are very excited to share this new video tutorial about the Hemisfèric Coat with you today!

It’s a perfect visual help for all of you who don’t feel secure enough to try this project. So, don’t be afraid anymore and take your sewing machine, your fabric and your scissors and enjoy watching our video tutorial!

If you have any question, feel free to ask in the comment section or send us an email at info@paulinealicepatterns.com, we’ll be happy to help. And don’t hesitate to share your Hemisfèric Coat with us on social media with the hashtag #HemisfericCoat.

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We are very excited to share this video tutorial with you today! While working on the Lliria dress pattern, we thought it would be such a great idea to offer a more visual help for all of you who don’t feel secure enough to try this project. Sometimes, we just need a little bit of extra help to tackle a new challenge.

So get your Lliria dress pattern, your fabric and your sewing machine and enjoy watching our video tutorial!

If you have any question, feel free to ask in the comment section or send us an email at info@paulinealicepatterns.com, we’ll be happy to help. And don’t hesitate to share your Lliria dress with us on social media with the hashtag #LliriaDress.

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Here’s the second part of the Aldaia dress tutorial series.
If you want to sew the Aldaia dress pattern but don’t own a serger, no problem! You can use your sewing machine to sew knits, you’ll just to know a few tips. Let’s see them:

If you have any questions, feel free to ask in the comments below.

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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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Here it is, the last viedo of the #AlamedaSewAlong!
In this video, you’ll see how to insert the invisible zipper, attach the lining with a fellstitch and stitch the hem with bias binding.

Watch directly on Youtube.
I hope you enjoyed the videos and the Sew-Along. Let me know if you have any questions and send me pictures of your Alameda dresses when you have finish!!!
Have a great week-end…
And see you next week with some big news (new pattern release!)…

 

 

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The Alameda dress is taking shape little by little: you now have your complet bodice with lining.
Today, we’ll see how to make the skirt of the Alameda, the skirt lining and join them to the bodice:

Watch the video directly in Youtube.

Let’s meet on Saturday for the last step of the #AlamedaSewAlong!

 

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Today, we’ll start with the first video tutorial of the #AlamedaSewAlong! Yeah!

I had a lot of fun last spring making the videos for the Carme blouse Sew-Along and you were a lot to tell me that it was a huge help to have these visual tutorials, so here come the Alameda videos!

You’ll recognize the music 😉

Piping is a great decorative option and such an easy way to add a pop of colour to your Alameda dress. I invite you to see the inspiration boards to get ideas on what colour you want to choose: contrast, patterned piping, the same colour, leather…

And remember that you can buy it already-made or you can make it yourself! See for yourself on this tutorial I made back in April.

To watch the video in Youtube, click here.

I hope you liked it. See you on Monday with the bodice video…

 

 

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How do you feel about a Sew-Along?
You’ve been asking for one for the new pattern, the Alameda dress, so I thought I would repeat the experience and prepare some videos for you like for the Carme blouse (you seemed to like it, no?).
The Alameda dress is not difficult, it’s an intermediate seamstress level, but I think a beginner with good bases would be more than ready to make it. The more complex steps are adding the piping to the princess seams, stitch the lining and the invisible zipper. And with the help of a Sew-Along, no need to fear these techniques.
Let’s see what we’ll cover in the first week:
  • Choose the right fabric and lining for your Alameda
  • Make the ajustements (FBA and SBA, shortening or lengthening, join different sizes)
Then we’ll start with the video tutorials:
  • Stitch the piping
  • Make the bodice and bodice lining
  • Sew the skirt (with pocket option)
  • Attach the zipper
  • Finish (fellsticth and hem)
Grab your Alameda Sew-Along button, prepare your hastags #AlamedaSewAlong, get the pattern if you don’t have it (Alameda Dress pattern) and #paulinealice and start thinking about your fabric. We’ll talk about that on Monday, July 21st for the official start of the Alameda Sew-Along!

 

 

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Sorry for the silence, I’m working hard on the next pattern and times flies when you are glued to a computer screen all day long…

As a welcome interruption from all those pixels, I thought I would show you the Carme blouse I made during the Sew-Along. If you have seen the videos, you’ve seen my fabric. It’s an aqua green cotton, very fresh and spring-like, and so easy to work with.

I chose mother-of-pearl buttons with some gold for a delicate look.

As for the pattern and construction, I’m not going to say anything special as you can see every details on video tutorials 😉Carme blouse pattern, pauline alice patterns, in aqua green cotton and mother-of-pearl and golden buttons.2copiaCarme blouse pattern, pauline alice patterns, in aqua green cotton and mother-of-pearl and golden buttons.

Carme blouse pattern, pauline alice patterns, in aqua green cotton and mother-of-pearl and golden buttons.
Carme blouse pattern, pauline alice patterns, in aqua green cotton and mother-of-pearl and golden buttons.

I’ve already received some pictures of your beautiful Carme blouses, I can’t wait to show them all!

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