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Winter 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.

Indiesew Winter Collection | Blog Tour Roundup
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Nearly two weeks ago we launched our second pattern bundle ever. In that time period we also introduced three new designers to the Indiesew shop and created an entirely new product you’ll be seeing very soon! It’s been a total whirlwind and the response to the 2015 Winter Collection has simply been icing on the cake.

During the past two weeks we’ve also seen six awesome sewing bloggers show us how they wear the Winter Collection. With full reign to make any modifications to and style these patterns however they chose, this blog tour was without a doubt one of the most inspiring we’ve seen yet. Let’s recap what we've seen.

Sew Caroline

Sew Caroline | Indiesew Winter Collection

Caroline kicked off our Winter Collection Blog Tour with two clothing items perfect for Texas winters. Her shortened Pleated Pencil Skirt in an oversized gingham print was perfect paired with boots, a slouchy tee and cardigan. Her v-neck, short sleeved Union St Tee works great for layering and I’m loving the pop of color in this Art Gallery knit.

Read more at Sew Caroline's blog.

Randomly Happy

Randomly Happy | Indiesew Winter Collection

My longtime blogging friend, Elena, totally blew me away with her take on the Indiesew Winter Collection. She’s giving us a look at a different version of the Union St Tee, with long sleeves and a scoop neck. Her Leather Accent Pouch is seriously killing me. An ikat print paired with suede accents makes the perfect chilly season accessory.

See her full blog post here.

Love Lola

Love Lola | Indiesew Winter Collection

I was so excited when Lola signed on for our Winter Collection blog tour. I just love the urban edge she puts into her home sewn garments, and this post was no different. Her super shortened Out and About Dress has a total 60’s mod vibe going on and her black, georgette Josephine Top is such a great versatile piece.

See all of Lola's photos here.

Feather’s Flights

Feather's Flights | Indiesew Winter Collection

Heather from Feather’s Flights completely stunned us with how many items she sewed up for this blog tour and how complementary they all are. Her Out and About Dress features a unique snap front detail, and her polka dot Union St Tee (long sleeved, scoop neck version) looks great half-tucked into some skinny jeans. She also sewed up the Leather Accent Foldover Clutch in two versions, making modifications that work perfectly for her style.

See all of Heather's makes here.

Dandelion Drift

Dandelion Drift | Indiesew Winter Collection

Oh Teresa, your relaxed style is nearly my favorite thing ever. I was super interested to see how Teresa would style the Indiesew Winter Collection considering she lives in Florida. Once again, she totally blew me away with her knit Pleated Pencil Skirt and v-neck, short sleeved Union St Tee. That top was sewn using an oversized men’s t-shirt! And now I want to move to Florida, stat.

Check out more of Teresa's winter wardrobe here.

Knitty Bitties

Knitty Bitties | Indiesew Winter Collection

Andrea’s sneak peek of her Indiesew Winter Collection had us all on the edge of our seats. Her Josephine Top sewn in a holiday red plaid, with gingham bias tape, and a crochet detail at the side seams literally made me giddy. Her long-sleeved, v-neck Union St Tee is equally as stunning with an added waistband and cuffs.

Check out Andrea's full post here.

If you still need to ramp up your winter wardrobe, grab your Winter Collection now. You’ll save 15% when you bundle and you’ll have five new sewing patterns from some of most popular indie designers out there!

Stay tuned in the coming weeks, folks, as we unveil what we’ve been working on for the holiday season!

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