Blog on pause for spring

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I’m having a short break, but I’ll be back on Wednesday 26th April for the last of my three book reviews. In the meantime, here are some new areas of the site you might enjoy:

  • Unpicking the Stitches | This is a growing collection of articles in which I talk about the design development process. It’s a project-based, storytelling of my designs. Some are in the shop, like Bonnie and Westcott; others are in the vault or yet to come.
  • Sewing classes | If you enjoy my sewing blogs and are in south London, you might be interested in these! I’ve started running sewing courses at my local Friends Meeting house, just in time for the upcoming series of the Great British Sewing Bee. There’s a beginners course and an intermediate course on creative pattern cutting and garment construction.
  • Designer Q&A | Technically, this is part of my newsletter, but it’s a new space I’ve created to take questions from knitters and fellow designers. Here, I talk about life as a designer, stuff behind the scenes – it’s a bit of an AMA. More about the Q&A here.

That’s it for now! I’ll see you later this month, and I hope you’re enjoying early spring.

Natalie x

Blog on pause for spring

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Natalie in Stitches

I design size inclusive knitting patterns for clothes makers who want their garments to fit well. Clothes should serve you, not the other way around. You alter clothes to fit you, not alter yourself to fit the clothes. I also teach people how to sew, how to design knitwear, and am currently creating a comprehensive, year-long knitwear design course, covering everything from illustration to pattern grading. If you're enjoying my content, you can get more by following me on Instagram or Pinterest @natalieinstitches, or signing up to my newsletter. Thank you for reading!

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