POSTS USING TAG 'tartan'

I am currently making a pair of tartan check trousers from cloth that was cut at the bespoke shop.I sewed the cloth into two separate trouser legs. I then go on to press them but because this par... Read More
It’s been a busy period for all of us at Anderson & Sheppard. Many new orders in the pipeline and one in particular caught my eye so let me take you through what happens in the cutting room.Over... Read More

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During the last few months I've been learning how to make the different types of fittings. I began by learning how to close the shoulders of the jacket and distributing the fullness evenly. After the ... Read More
Whilst pressing may not be the most glamourous aspect of tailoring it is a very important step in the production process nonetheless. Pressing gives a chance for quality control; cutters must be looki... Read More
As crocus and daffodils begin to appear and the days last longer, it’s a sure sign that the harsh winter is fading and spring is just around the corner. It’s time for some colour and our S... Read More
This double-breasted Prince of Wales jacket is finished, featuring grey horn buttons and some nice pattern matching around the ticket pocket, above Read More
I’ve just finished basting a coat for a fitting. The last part was attaching the collar, which is just the backing of canvas and melton at this point. I cut them both out using a cardboard patte... Read More