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Spring Collection Blog Tour Roundup

By Allie

Allie is the co-founder of Indiesew and creator of all things pretty on the site. Follow Allie and receive other Indiesew updates by subscribing to the blog.

Spring Collection Blog Tour Roundup |
It hasn’t felt like two weeks have passed since we launched the 2015 Spring Collection. It seems like just earlier this week we were unveiling the full and mini pattern bundles, and kicking off the blog tour. I can say with certainty that it’s been my favorite two weeks this year…maybe ever. Your enthusiasm around these five patterns makes us totally giddy.
Haven't grabbed your pattern bundle yet? You’ve got exactly three weeks until spring officially starts. We suggest you gather your fabrics, get your sewing machines tuned, and print your patterns out. Need some Spring Collection inspiration? No problem, let’s see how five sewing bloggers sewed these five patterns to perfection.


Melissa | I Still Love You

Melissa Esplin's custome Marianne Tunic |
Melissa from I Still Love You wowed us with her totally custom Marianne tunic. She modified the pattern to include side slits, long sleeves, and longer back hem. We love her chic new tunic paired with acid wash jeans. My next Marianne, will be shamelessly just…like…this.


Abby | Sew Much Ado

Sew Much Ado's Seafarer Top |
The designer of the Seafarer Top sewing pattern, Abby from Sew Much Ado showed us how a springy print and leather accents can lift our spirits. She added sleeve tabs and a pocket in a contrasting leather suede that takes the top from casual and cute to totally chic.


Erin | Sewbon

Sewbon's Envelope Clutch |
My dear friend Erin, blogger at Sewbon, first sewed up the Envelope Clutch in STAMPED LEATHER. Yes, friends, that’s right. The entire clutch, piping and all, was sewn out of this amazing leather that she sourced locally near Denver. We love how she used a double cap rivet to finish the strap.
Sewbon's Marianne Dress |
Erin also sewed up the Marianne Dress and you all fell head over heels for this pattern. Her black and white striped fabric paired with gold buttons give this dress a nautical look perfect for the changing weather.


Jaime | Fancy Tiger

Fancy Tiger's Spring Collection |
I was ecstatic when Jaime from Fancy Tiger signed onto the Spring Collection blog tour. I just love her style and her sewing skills are top notch. I was even more excited when she decided to blog about the Jamie Jeans. Jaime’s post includes some great feedback for those sewists looking to sew jeans for the first time. Paired with her jeans is Fancy Tiger’s very own Sailor Top sewn up in lightweight cotton sateen. These patterns were meant to be worn together.


Beth | Sew DIY

Sew DIY's Spring Collection Post |
Beth from Sew DIY wrapped up our blog tour with a showcase of her Seafarer Top and Envelope Clutch. Her photos have us thinking that we skipped spring and went right to summer, as she looks stunning in the ocean blue top. Also, check out her blog post to see the vintage fabric she used to line the Envelope Clutch. It was her grandmother’s fabric!
Yesterday, we put a call out to our Facebook and Instagram followers to see if you’re interested in a Jamie Jeans sewalong. The answer was a resounding, YES! So we’re doing it folks. Jeans are key piece to nearly every woman’s wardrobe and we want you to have a great experience sewing your own. Stay tuned in the coming weeks for more details on sewalong dates!
Three weeks till spring, and two options to bundle the Spring Collection. You can do this. Your closet will thank you.

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