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Our curated selection of notions and tools have been chosen based off of our own experiences with them. We only stock what we use ourselves and ensure the durability of each product so your tools last you for years to come!
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Fibr & Cloth Studio was created with a sustainable closet in mind. Our sewing patterns are carefully designed to be transitional, easy to pair with almost anything, and wearable in practically every season. Our zero waste sewing patterns are made to allow for the sustainable use of fabric and materials while creating an amazing garment at the same time. We hope you enjoy our selection of sewing patterns and notions and have fun making along the way. Happy sewing!
I bought a ready-to-wear version of this pattern from the shop and loved these pants even more than I expected! They are flattering and fit me perfectly. I love the high waist and the wider leg. Highly recommend based on the finished product and keen to make more versions myself!
Beautifully made and exactly as described. The fabric is even more lovely in real life and turns out to be one of my fave things to wear!
Exactly as described. Love!
This was a great deal for someone like me who tends to have everything scattered everywhere. The tools are quality, just what I would buy separately. I really enjoy shopping with new businesses and I wish the best for Fibr & Cloth Studio.
I’m becoming converted, and working through your stitch guide - Thanks. I suggest more information about hems, I use the Seamwork guide - https://blog.seamwork.com/tutorials/5-ways-to-hand-stitch-a-hems/
I ordered the needle pullers to relieve some stress on my hands while stitching fiber collage. The needle pullers work beautifully. They grip the needle and make pulling it through multiple stitches on multiple layers of fabric so much easier. Also the order was processed promptly. Thank you Fibr & Cloth Studio!
I love this thread…it is so strong and useful for my creative projects!
I love the Umbra pattern so much that I've now made two sets of lounge wear. It's a joy to sew and comfortable to wear. I recommend this pattern to anyone who would love to make lounge wear. I'm secretly hoping that Fibr & Cloth comes out with more lounge wear patterns :)
I usually prefer a leather thimble for stitching, but for certain stitching this open top metal thimble is the one I turn to. And in fact I have more than one of this exact thimble tucked away where I will need one. Only the smallest size works for me, although my hands are not particularly small.
Great seam ripper. I appreciate the red ball on one tip to help keep ripping neater. I also love the cap and the length of it. I had been using the little one that came with my sewing machine for ages but this one is more comfortable to use.
I originally ordered this thimble as a part of a hand sewing notions kit a while back. Unfortunately, I lost my travel sewing kit along with this thimble. So I bought two to replace! It took me a bit of time to get used to this style thimble, but I prefer it now.
This was such a satisfying make, and I love the different styles/hacks that motivate me to try this pattern more than once. Instructions were relatively easy to follow. My only personal wish is for the neck to be narrower on the tie version, but I'll adjust that on my own.
This kit is my third kit purchase from Fibr & Cloth. It’s a splurge I feel zero guilt about because it helps me improve my handsewing skills -I find the directions easy to follow - and the kit always turns into something I want to wear. Plus the Photina is zero-waste!
I spotted this beautiful lounge set in the making magazine and fall immediatelly in love with it! Because Alexis had reviewed the pattern and had made adjustments, she was so kind to send me the updated pattern, which I strongly recommend! Being a total sewing newbie (at least, machine sewing), I was very excited but also a bit intimidated, whether I would be able to manage it. But no worries: Alexis explains everything so well and easily understandable! And I absolutely love the result (used a linen cloth) - thank you very much for such a lovely and well-written pattern!
Great blouse and an easy sew. Do want to try the dress version. The width of your fabric does make a big difference so pay attention when ordering fabric. I did have to pull out a few different fabrics from my stash to find the one with correct width and length.