The Sofia pattern bell sleeve is a flowy bias-cut style that's paired with a shoulder strap, making it perfect if you're looking for a style that gives coverage for bra-straps. In this sew-along tutorial, I'll walk you through the steps of constructing this sleeve version.
Pockets do make a garment SO much better. And there's really no reason why you should have to go without them, because side seam pockets are a really easy addition to a garment, even if the pattern doesn't call for a pocket. While this tutorial is part of the Sofia sew-along series, you can follow these steps if you're looking to add a pocket to just about anything. Let's dive right in.
In this post, we will be sewing the bishop, cap, and elbow sleeves for the Sofia pattern. These sleeves all involve shirring and share similar construction steps. First, we will prepare the hem, then we will sew the shirring, and finally, we'll sew the side seam and hem. Let's get started.
In this post, we'll go over all the supplies, tools and notions needed for the project. We'll also make a cut list for each of the versions for this pattern.
Hi guys! I hope you're keeping safe and healthy during this crazy time. After a bit of tweaking a few masks patterns, I've found a fit and style that I really like and I wanted to share it with you, in case you'd like to make masks for yourself, or your community.