Finished linen pants and camp shirt this weekend. More photos and notes to come. Also, my sewing form has a weirdly high waist. #oaklandsews #imadethis #menwhosew #sewqueer

Finally finished this short sleeve @seamworkmag Negroni yesterday. Like my previous, long-sleeved attempt, I had to shorten the body before gemming. This time I also wound up having to shorten the sleeves after assembling them, which means I lost some of the taper. Oh well, there’s already another one in the works where I actually remembered to shorten things before cutting. The fabric was half off from @stonemountainfabric so I don’t feel all that bad about the mistakes. #imadethis #menwhosew #sewqueer #campshirt #convertiblecollar #shortsleeves

New York stash: four shirtings and a double faced wool from Mood; buttons from Mood, C+C, and @fab_scrap

Shopping in the garment district today. Some finds for future shirts and lots of buttons. Thank you, Mood!

Another pair of @threadtheorydesigns Jedediah shorts, just in time for a trip to the east coast. I’ve been sitting on this corduroy from @stonemountainfabric for the better part of a year; I knew from the moment I saw it I needed it to be shorts. And after struggling in the past, I’m particularly pleased with how the flat felled inseam turned out. French seams on the side and binding I picked up from @petitpan complete the clean finish inside. Can’t wait to wear these!

Almost finished with my Artemis jacket.

Whipped up a T-shirt using a pattern from Ottobre today; closer to the fit I was looking for, going to revisit the color blocked T-shirt soon.

Ever since seeing a “kimono inspired” jacket of Queer Eye, I’ve been wanting to make one. Realized the @iam_patterns Artemis is pretty much that, so it’s up next.

Making progress on this Negroni shirt. Looks like it could have both the best and worst felled seams I’ve ever made.

Back to sewing this weekend. I’ve been thinking about this color blocked T-shirt for a while, finally attempted to whip it up. It was a good opportunity to practice using the serger and coverstitch machine, but the fit isn’t what I had in mind. Back to the drawing board.