It’s no secret that I love the Linden Sweatshirt by Grainline Studios. I am especially in love with my fourth Linden because of this gorgeous sunburst jersey my husband gave me as a second anniversary gift. Year 2 is cotton and the clever man I married went to my favourite local shop and got me three gorgeous lengths of shirting and jersey. … Read More Done and Done: The Sunburst Linden
A while ago, I wrote a review of Grainline Studio’s Linden Sweatshirt (obviously, it was glowing since I’ve made five in total so far). Last week, I wrote about the tester I made and immediately fell in love with. Today, I’m telling you all about Linden #2: the bicycle top.
I bought the grey bicycle print fabric while on vacation in Germany last year. I’m fairly certain it came from this shop in Wuerzburg, but I’m going by memory and google maps, so I could be wrong. At the time, I was having a really, really hard time finding quality knits in Ottawa and could only ever find solids at that, which basically meant that I bought any and all jersey prints I came across that summer.… Read More Done and Done: The Bicycle Linden
I love Linden! As you saw in my post last week, I’ve been on a tear making Grainline Studio’s Linden Sweatshirt and over the next few weeks, I’ll be writing about all the different versions I made.
I always, always make a muslin. Often, I’ll make tester garments for stretchy stuff out of actual muslin (to make sure that I don’t have too much negative ease on my hips causing tops to ride up), but I figured I would use up some scrap and test out finishing techniques. … Read More Done and Done: The first Linden