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How to turn the Scroop Wonders Unders Singlet Camisole into a V-neck

June is singlet camisole & slip season. Here in the Southern Hemisphere, I’m wearing a Wonder Unders singlet under my merino tops, or a Wonder Unders slip under a wool dress nearly every day. And if I was in the Northern Hemisphere, I’d be doing the same thing under sheer blouses and frocks. Buy the Scroop Wonder Unders Here In honour of the season, here is one of my favourite hacks of the Scroop Wonder Unders pattern: turning the singlet camisole or dress slip pattern into a V-neck. It’s super easy, and very helpful when you need one under a V-necked top, and don’t want it to show. I’ll be demonstrating on a singlet camisole (well, actually, two singlet camisoles – so you’ll see the two different types of elastic), but it’s exactly the same process for the dress slip You’ll need: A Scroop Wonder Unders singlet camisole or dress slip, completed except for the neck binding & hemming The binding elastic called for in the pattern, + 1 1/2″ / 3cm more length. (And …

Hooray! Scroop Patterns now available in paper format!

I’m delighted to announce that selected Scroop Patterns are now available in hard copy!                     Get your paper versions of the Rilla Corset and the Ngaio Blouse exclusively through:  Wearing History   About the patterns: Hard copy Scroop Patterns are printed on high-quality, medium weight bond paper, with easy to use spiral-bound instruction booklets.  Both patterns and instructions are in full colour. Wearing History is based in Southern California, USA, and ships worldwide. In keeping with Scroop Patterns commitment to supporting small businesses, and to reducing waste whenever possible, the hard copy patterns are printed by a small, local to Wearing History, printing company. And, of course, if you don’t want to wait for shipping, you can always get your digital print-at-home Scroop Patterns through What’s next? Even more Scroop Patterns  in hard copy! Leave a comment to let me know which one you’d like to see in paper next! SaveSaveSaveSave SaveSave SaveSaveSaveSave SaveSaveSaveSave SaveSave SaveSaveSaveSave SaveSaveSaveSave SaveSaveSaveSave

The Otari Hoodie by Scroop Patterns, sewn by Show & Tell Meg

The Scroop Otari Hoodie – Tester Makes!

I had the BEST group of testers for the Scroop Patterns Otari Hoodie.  Not only did they provide really thoughtful, considered feedback about the pattern and instructions, but they made the most fabulous hoodies. Here are the tester makes! Show and Tell Meg @showandtellmeg I am in love with Meg’s Amy Butler confetti print, and especially the way she extended the pocket lining to provide a contrast to the View B pocket edges.  It’s not something I covered in the pattern, but I’ll do a tutorial on how to do it. Do check out Meg’s blog post.  Her finishing details are utterly delightful – especially the cotton tape she used to finish the zip interior. Life in a Mads House @wronghandmads Mads tagged her hoodie #beetlejuicegoals and I am 100% there for that!  Dark teal + black and white stripes is a total win.  Plus wrote a fantastic and very comprehensive blog post about her hoodie, with excellent photos (ESPECIALLY the very last one!) Nicki @mrsnickipea  The mix of classic sweatshirting colours and the quirky View …