Since our patterns are designed to be paired together, here's a roundup of outfits from Leila and me where we're wearing 3 M&B patterns together.
You can make the belt with a lot of the same equipment that you use to make our Breve Bag!
I used pre-quilted fabric for my Grainger, and used the lining to enclose the seams and skip the binding around the edges.
These pink pants turn up a lot through this roundup, because they're my favourite and most-worn pants!
Although I skipped adding any closures here, its really easy to add buttons to boiled wool, because you don't need to make actual buttonholes. Check out some inspirational community-made Mallee (including some with closures) on the #MalleeJacket hashtag!
The Shoalhaven is the perfect winter outer for me in temperate NZ, and keeps me warm even when I'm wearing linen pants and exposing my ankles to the weather! I used double-faced wool, but check out our blog post of Shoalhaven fabric recommendations.
The Mallee was our first outerwear pattern, and was designed to highlight the lovely qualities of boiled wool! We've got a roundup of places to shop boiled wool for folks who are having a hard time sourcing this unique fabric
I skipped hemming the bottom edge on this boiled wool Belmore Jacket. This jacket has got so much wear since I sewed it up this winter because it pairs perfectly with so much of my wardrobe!
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