Royal Wedding Sew-Along: Construction Process Continues

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Hi guys! After a little break for last week’s holiday weekend we’re back on track with the Royal Wedding Sew-Along. We’re still in the middle of constructing our outfits but that’s ok. The wedding isn’t until May 19th so we’ve got time. Let’s check in with our sew-along blogging team: 

Brittany is working on sewing and attaching the skirt  this week in her blog post. She’s making Butterick B5850.#royalweddingsewalong

Rachel is making some fun pattern hacks, modifying her dress pattern into a jumpsuit . She’s making Simplicity 8292.

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Lindsey has a video tutorial on unlined skirts, pleats, and blind hems. She’s sewing New Look 6526.#royalweddingsewalong

Allie, who’s making McCall’s M7684, is also working on her skirt this week.#royalweddingsewalong

Monica is waiting for her fabric to arrive before she writes her next post. She is sewing Vogue Patterns V9292.
 

Just a quick note to emphasize again that participation in the Royal Wedding Sew-Along is not limited to these five patterns. In fact, you can sew in the sew-along and enter the contest (details coming soon) as long as you’re making a CURRENT pattern from Butterick, McCall’s, New Look, Simplicity or Vogue Patterns.

Have you joined our Royal Wedding Sew-Along Facebook group yet? It’s the best place to meet your fellow sew-alongers and share your progress. And don’t forget to use the hashtag #royalweddingsewalong when you share on social media. More next week and a contest. Stay tuned!

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