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Laura’s Anthea Blouse

Laura’s Anthea Blouse

Laura received the purple double gauze in October's Classic box and made an Anna Allen Anthea Blouse.

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Esther’s McCalls 7542

Esther’s McCalls 7542

Esther used the double gauze from Octobers Mini Box to make a top using McCall's 7542

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Gemma’s Davenport Dress

Gemma’s Davenport Dress

Gemma received October's Luxury box and made a Friday Pattern Company Davenport dress with the Art Gallery Fabric cotton "Stars Aligned Treat" from their Spooky n Sweet collection

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Dream A Little Dream

Dream A Little Dream

Octobers boxes feel just a little bit special for a number of reasons, they mark SewHayleyJane's 5 year anniversary, they are the first to go out from our brand spanking new studio and, I hadn't actually realised until Bruna (packing extraordinaire) pointed out, the theme was incredibly apt!

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Fat Quarter Project; Reading Cushion

Fat Quarter Project; Reading Cushion

This month’s ‘Lazy Hazy Days’ theme got me thinking about my ideal ‘lazy day’ activity. I love nothing more than relaxing with a good book and a cup of tea, then perhaps closing my eyes for a little daytime snooze.

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Gemma’s Free Range Slacks

Gemma’s Free Range Slacks

With August's Mini Box Gemma made hacked the Sew House Seven "Free Range Slacks" into a pair of cute shorts.

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Laura’s Amy Jumpsuit

Laura’s Amy Jumpsuit

In August Laura received the Lady McElroy "Life In Venice" viscose challis and made the Closet Core Amy Jumpsuit

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Esther’s Bakerloo Blouse

Esther’s Bakerloo Blouse

Esther received August's Classic box and used her red gingham cotton to make the Nina Lee Bakerloo Blouse

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Lazy Hazy Days

Lazy Hazy Days

When you close your eyes and picture the perfect lazy summer day what do you imagine? Lounging under a big oak tree with a picnic and a book? Picking ripe and juicy strawberries? Slowly drifting down stream in a little wooden boat?

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