Rue

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Rue is a return to the classic Colette vintage style. Rue offers two versions with pieces that can be easily mixed and matched to create the perfect dress for any season. In this sewalong, we'll be covering the process of fitting and sewing up both versions.

  • Selene

    15 Steps

    Selene is a vintage-inspired modern pencil skirt that will soon become your newest wardrobe staple.

  • Phoebe January-February, 2016

    13 Steps

    Phoebe is a modern A-line shift dress with endless styling possibilities - layer it over tights and a sweater for winter, or stitch it up in a light and summery fabric! In this sewalong, we'll be covering both the double-breasted Version 1 and the clean, classic Version 2.

  • Aster July 2015

    13 Steps

    In this Sewalong, we'll be making the collarless Aster blouse. Learn to make any of the three versions of this wardrobe classic that works in any season.

  • Dahlia November - December, 2014

    13 Steps

    The Dahlia is a flattering and feminine dress for all seasons. Join us in this sewalong to learn how to make this raglan-style dress for cool fall and winter months, or the sleeveless version for spring and summer.

  • Myrtle August 2014

    10 Steps

    Myrtle is a graceful and sophisticated cowl neck dress that can be made from both knit and woven fabrics. In this sewalong we'll guide you through the step by step process of creating both versions of the dress. With figure-skimming elegance and the comfort of knit and elastic, Myrtle can take you from breezy summer days to glamorous nights out!

  • Moneta June 2014

    9 Steps

    Moneta is a chic and comfortable wardrobe staple and a fabulous project for the beginner knitwear sewer. We’ll guide you through every step of making both the collared and sleeved versions of this dress. With just a few pattern pieces and limitless possibilities of fabric and styling choices, you’ll soon be whipping up a Moneta for every occasion.

  • Mabel May - June, 2014

    8 Steps

    Mabel is a quick and easy sew and the perfect introduction to sewing with knits. In this sewalong, we'll step you through the process quickly while working with stable knits that are easy to handle.

  • Albion January - February, 2014

    24 Steps

    Albion is a simple, easy-to-fit duffle coat or jacket, suitable for both men and women. It provides a great introduction into the world of outerwear sewing, with both a lined and unlined version available. We'll walk you through every step in the construction, along with extra customization options that you can try.

  • Cooper November - December, 2013

    15 Steps

    Learn all you need to know to make the Cooper bag in any of three variations: messenger bag, backpack, or satchel. If you're new to bag making, this is a perfect place to start. Learn all about specialty fabrics, hardware, and the simple techniques you can use to get a professional finish.

  • Hawthorn June - August, 2013

    15 Steps

    Hawthorn is a gorgeous shirtdress in a simple 1950s style that works on a variety of body types. Learn to fit and sew the Hawthorn dress (or the peplum top version). You'll learn all about creating cuffs, binding with bias tape in a circle, and more.

  • Anise September - October, 2012

    12 Steps

    Challenge yourself to sew a lightly tailored jacket! The adorable Anise is a great introduction to the world of jackets and coats. You'll learn many new techniques, including how to make bound buttonholes, create single welt pockets, and insert a jacket lining. It's easier than you think!

  • Clover October - November, 2011

    16 Steps

    Intimidated by the idea of making pants? We're here to help. Get tons of fitting information, including our handy pants fitting cheatsheet. You'll also learn about different seam finishes, options for lining your pants, and an alternate way of finishing the waistband with bias tape.

  • Rooibos July - September, 2011

    14 Steps

    Rooibos is one of our most popular patterns, with a flattering cut and an endless variety of details and fabric combinations you can use. Learn to do a bust adjustment with multiple darts, grade a pattern for larger hips, finish curved seams, install an all-in-one facing, and sew some optional piping.