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November Favorites

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With the holiday season upon us, it can be hard to accomplish selfish sewing. Creating handmade gifts and spending time with loved ones always seems to take priority as the days get shorter and shorter. This time of year, when I get the opportunity to sew for myself, I like to focus on creating fun and festive clothing that brightens my winter wardrobe.

In the November issue of Seamwork, we introduced the Sadie sweater and the Melody trousers, two wardrobe-building patterns that are easy to personalize to your taste. Enjoy some Sadie and Melody inspiration below!

clockwise: red pom-pom sweater, Fandindo knit in orange, color-blocked sweater, how to hand-paint your fabric, color palette by Weekday, wool double knit, more pom-pom inspiration

clockwise: stretch cotton velveteen, stretch cotton moleskin, red on red from J. Crew, Fandindo knit in purple, three pattern hacks for the Sadie sweater, outfit inspiration from calivintage, ruffle-hem pants

Haley Glenn   —   Editorial Director

Five years ago, Haley left the apparel industry to join the world of home sewing. She has been empowering women to sew ever since – first through years of in-person teaching at Sew LA, and now through her writing at Colette. Haley writes tutorials and articles on our blog, teaches sewalongs, and writes and edits for our magazine, Seamwork.