Varpu’s Ninni + Delphi pattern hack
May we introduce to you our second intern ever – Varpu! Unfortunately her internship at Named has already ended some time ago, but while she was here she proved to be a hard working and talented little lady, with a fantastic attitude and heaps of creativity! She did some great work with us this spring, […]
We have just released an updated version of our Leotie Dress pattern from the Fall/Winter 2014 ’Ritual’ collection! That means, that the Leotie pattern is now available as both a tiled pdf, and a copy-shop file. Both of the pdf files are layered patterns, which you can read more about here. I’ve made myself a […]
Anneli's Talvikki Dress
For two months we had Anneli here working with us, helping with day-to-day tasks at our office. Sadly, now Anneli has already moved on to other things, but while she was here, she made herself this awesome Talvikki dress hack! For her dress, she simply added a little length to the hem to achieve the knee-length, and […]
Window one: The new Inari!
Our Xmas calendar starts today! From today until the 24th we will open a new window every day, revealing an interesting discount/offer/tip/other holiday-related thing! The discounts and offers are usually valid for only a day or two, so don’t forget to visit our Facebook page or Instagram daily! This year we’ll start big with a […]
2 x Kielo
Our Kielo pattern was originally released in the spring of 2014, and until this fall, me and Saara had both made one Kielo dress each: Saara’s midi-length, striped Kielo, and I my full-length, sleeved version with an added turtleneck. It has been really fun to see so many different variations of this pattern over the two […]
Kielo Wrap Dress
Track suit up!
The one-hour-and-twenty-minutes skirt
The Spring/Summer 2015 collection is on the way, and it’s keeping us very busy. This might sound exaggerated, but creating a pattern collection is a six-month-job, day and night (ok, it was exaggerated, we do sleep too). Sometimes it feels like there’s just no time for anything else, not even sewing something just for fun. […]