Seamwork Tai

Seamwork Tai



I hope everyone had a great start to 2021 and is ready for some new patterns from Seamwork. It’s been so hard to not scream this from the mountaintop, but…




Introducing Tai! For those who don’t know, my first name is Tai. I was named after figure skater extraordinaire and all-around wonderful person Tai Babilonia. Tai is for knit fabrics and can made as a dress or a top. Because it’s a simple silhouette, now’s the time to pull out all your fun fabrics that you’ve been afraid to use. For the first version, I made a tunic dress using a stretch Samakaka fabric (from Tess World Designs) and added pockets. It only took a few hours to make and I’m so thrilled with it.







For the second version, I made a tunic top with a knit mermaid sequined fabric and black shantung dupioni for the gussets. Since the sequined fabric is pretty heavy, I used scrap woven fabric for the gussets instead of using another knit. The resulting top is the shimmering, glittery tunic of my dreams! There are several member hacks that Seamwork released and I feel it is my duty to make every Tai imaginable! I think it’s easy to see how much I love this pattern. A million thanks to the Seamwork team for naming this perfect pattern after me! If you want this pattern (and why wouldn’t you), the best way to get it is by subscribing to Seamwork. Use this link to get $3 off your first month. You can also purchase the pattern without subscribing, but it’s more expensive.








By Stitch and Shimmy

*Photo by Carrie at the Dancers Eye -*

American Cabaret Bellydancer.  Cheese Goddess. Crafty Chick. Seamwork Ambassador. Minerva Maker. Feminist Badass.

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