Meet our latest pattern the Heidi Day Dress!


This pattern can be accessed as a free download when you subscribe to our newsletter!


We’ve been working hard over the last few months on our latest addition, the Heidi Day Dress. With her shift dress shape, she is easy to wear and comfortable to get you through any kind of day. She features thin shoulder straps as well as waist ties sewn into back pleats to give shape around the waist. The ties can also be left out for a more relaxed look.

I am an absolute lover of the shift dress so knew that I wanted to design a dress like this to fit into our collection. I couldn’t be happier with this release and our testers have loved it too! (Tester round up coming up soon). To make this release even more special, we are offering this pattern as a FREE DOWNLOAD when you subscribe to our newsletter. (If you are already subscribed, check your emails to find the discount code.)

We hope you like her as much as we do! Don’t forget to share your makes on Instagram with us.

Canary Cami // Pattern Tester Round Up

Canary Cami // Pattern Tester Round Up

It’s pattern tester round up time!! I am always humbled by how many people respond to my pattern test calls which is a crucial step in any pattern release. Sending a new pattern out to test is always a little scary because for many months, it’s just me and the pattern, with little feedback from the outside world. Thank you to my testers who made beautiful Canaries and sent valuable feedback which helps me publish the best pattern possible.

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Introducing Franki...our very first pattern.

Franki Top by The Wearable Studio

This is very exciting for me! I am finally releasing my first sewing pattern which officially make The Wearable STUDIO an indie sewing pattern company. Wooohoo! 

I could not be happier to see my teeny little dream come alive. This moment has been long anticipated but taking my time to develop my blocks and this pattern to the highest quality has been extremely important. 

The Franki Top is the embodiment of our design style. She is easy to wear (hence the name Wearable!) but has elements of elegance and femininity. I design pieces based on what I love to wear. Being on-trend has not ever been of much importance to me however being comfortable enough to maintain an active lifestyle whilst looking 'put-together' are. These are the kinds of patterns you can look forward to in the future. 

The Franki Top is blouse-like top with a roomy, boxy cut. She comes with two options: Versions 1 which has three-quarter sleeves with a pretty keyhole and tie detail as well as a ruffle on the hem.

The Franki Top by The Wearable Studio
The Franki Top by The Wearable Studio
The Franki Top by The Wearable Studio

Version 2 is a simple, pared down option which is cropped at the waist with short sleeves. Both versions feature a "hi-lo" hemline.

Mix up elements from each versions to create your own unique piece too. 

The Franki Top by The Wearable Studio
The Franki Top by The Wearable Studio
The Franki Top by The Wearable Studio

For those who are prone to a little bit of animal cuteness, here is the namesake for my first pattern.

Franki, my Schnauzer fur-baby.

Franki, my Schnauzer fur-baby.