Category Archives: Tutorial

Flat Bottom Adjustment for the Azure Swimsuit

Greetings my friends. Today I am going to show you how to adjust your Azure Swimsuit back pattern piece in case you have any pooling of fabric at the lower area of your swimsuit – usually indicated by fabric pooling across your bottom region – or baggy back leg edges. This usually indicates that you […]

Sway Back Adjust For The Azure Swimsuit

Greetings my friends. Today I am going to show you how to adjust your Azure Swimsuit back pattern piece in case you have any pooling of fabric either at your back waistline or just above it. Even though you may have measured your torso length as detailed in the sew instructions measuring vertical lengths doesn’t […]

Adding Foundation To Azure Swimsuit

Hi Ho my lovelies .Todays post is about adding support foundation to your Azure Swimsuits. As you have all seen the most stunning Azure Swimsuits in their full glory I thought a short post would be in order talking about adding a bit of foundation into the shape. And what better way than having 3 […]

Adding or Reducing Flare on a Pattern Piece

Greetings my fabulous sewing friends and I hope that this post finds you well and happy today. As part of the new sewing pattern release of the gorgeous new Shardee Wrap Top or Dress I thought that it was timely that I write about how to adjust your flare on a pattern. Flare can be […]

Ava Boudoir Set Maternity Hack

Hello all you lovely Ann-fans! It’s my great honor to be able to show you my maternity hack from Ann’s latest design, the Ava Boudoir Set. I’m so flattered and proud that I get the opportunity to write my very first blog for you about one of her designs. So just a little bit about […]

The Importance of Shoulder Position

Greetings my loves – Teachers HAT IS ON !!!…lol…. Over in the PDF Sales group on Facebook our Darlita J asked a question about who ” drafts with a forward shoulder seam AND asymmetrical sleeve head ” ? and tagged me…so this was my answer to her and I thought I would share it with […]