thank you!:) I think so too:)
Now I have one more dress to wear this party season. the fabriv is very shimmery and dyed beatufuly. It was my intention to dye it, as I could not get the simular in dark green. I defintily will us…
I had to republish my project because I could’nt change the last one – here is the final result:)
Finally the iron-on-studs arrived in my mail:) I also lowered the quilting on the sides in the a…
hm.. has it something to do with google +? I havent fixed that yet, a bit unsure if my blog pops …
Thank you:) I used the smallest one, EUR 34. The pattern does however not include seam allowence …
Looks great:) Love that the arms are a bit short on oversized coats, looks more femin that way:) …
The peplums are so elegant and with the fabric beeing rib jersey it’s also very comfy and wearable:)
I love that look:) I almost want to buy a trech coat just to cut of the arms:p
Thank you!:) I think so to, it just took some time to get used to it:)
Probobly:) I’ll keep that in mind. I’ve started on a coocon-coat too, but I can’t decide if I wan…
Thank you:) I know. The model for the jacket looks stick thin, and yet mine got so big. And after…
I’ve wanted a wool biker for some time now, but bacuse they often are expencive I decided to make one of my own. It was a lot of work, but the result is quite good. Not sure how I feel about the bo…
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