Adley Shirt Sew-Along: Darts, Pleats, and Back Yoke

Do you know how to use the ‘burrito method’ to sew a yoke?  If you don’t please read this post to see how it is done.  It leaves the inside of your garment looking as great as the outside of your garment.  And the best part is it is pretty easy to do!! FRONT DARTS: … Read more

Adley Shirt Sew-Along: Front Placket


On the FRONT reinforce the inner corners of ‘V’ neckline by stay stitching along seamlines, pivoting at small circles. Apply interfacing to left and right plackets.  Be sure to apply the interfacing to the corresponding pieces correctly.  Laying it out first will help with this. Finish the edge of the lower edge of the left … Read more

Adley Shirt Pattern Tester Round-Up


Today is the best day of the pattern launch because I get to share all the hard work of my amazing pattern testers!!  I am so incredibly thankful for these wonderful ladies.  They are a very talented group who are incredibly generous with their time.  I cannot thank them enough!! It’s fun to see all … Read more

Inspiration for the Adley Shirt

The Adley shirt is a very relaxed style with casual details including a deep V-neckline, back yoke, and an uneven hemline inspired by the photos below.  This pattern can be interpreted in so many different ways depending on the fabric and length.  The Adley is easily changed into an Adley Tunic simply by lengthening the … Read more

Introducing the ADLEY shirt!

I am so excited to introduce our new pattern.  The Adley shirt is a classically styled shirt with a relaxed fit.  Pair Adley with jeans, layer it under a sweater, sew it in silk for a dressier look, or wear it as a cover up!  The versatility of this pattern will have you making this … Read more