Fabric Types, Techniques, Tricot

You’re my “Phee-piration”

I know I am not the only one who spends their Sunday nights staring at Pinterest, pinning away. It is the modern answer to a vision board (something I never… Continue reading You’re my “Phee-piration”

Fabric Types, Tricot

Tricot – It’s not tricky, tricky, tricky, tricky

A year ago I had never heard of Tricot - in fact I had not heard of most of the fabrics that @pheefabrics carries and what they are used for.… Continue reading Tricot – It’s not tricky, tricky, tricky, tricky

Swimwear, Techniques, Tricot

How I “Petite” Patterns

Full disclosure: Some of the links in this post are affiliate links. That means, at zero additional cost to you, I will earn a commission if you click through the… Continue reading How I “Petite” Patterns

Bras, Tricot

Practice, practice, practice

Sometimes the smallest things are what challenges us most. Zippers, welt pockets, buttons....these things don’t bother me. In fact I enjoy the challenge. But Lace is something I struggle with… Continue reading Practice, practice, practice

Rayon Spandex, Techniques

Bodysuit…with a thong option.

Hello y'all! Alisha here. I love the idea of a body suit but I always think I'd like to wear them with pants that hug the booty BUT I hate… Continue reading Bodysuit…with a thong option.

Fabric Types, Rayon Spandex, Techniques

Made for Lounging

One of my favorite things to do when creating a garment is experimenting with fabrics. Getting to know a fabric is much like understanding technology... you figure out what works… Continue reading Made for Lounging


Drafting a Styling Curve and Alterations

Making your own curve stylist or French curve A French curve is a set of curves made from varying sturdy materials that are used to draft the curves in patterns… Continue reading Drafting a Styling Curve and Alterations