This is beautiful.Good luck with fashion school!
Thanks a lot =)
Made this shirt using the pattern from Sewing for Boys book that I bought earlier this month. It was easy to make and my son couldn’t wait for me to stop sewing to put on the shirt. The only proble…
I made this for my son using my husband’s old pair of khakis that were worn down. Pattern is from Dana Made It. It is the most comfortable pair that he now owns.
I bought Sew! the book by Cath Kidston and it included the material to make this shoulder bag. I like the floral print and added my own lining. For the straps, I didn’t follow the book’s instructio…
I made this for my mom’s birthday with my son being the ever volunteer model. I hope she likes the bag as much as I liked making it.
I upcycled my husband’s shirt into a blouse. I did some tweaking ( took in the sides, made a v-neck, added elastic to the sleeves) and also added rosettes from the leftover sides. Hope this will gi…
For me, it would be a water soluble pen. It’s hard for me to find a good (and affordable) one in …
Upcycled my blue batik sarung into a cute knee length skirt. Really great for warm sunny days. Enjoy.
Meg's Magazine Mash Up!
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This timeless style ties at the back and looks stunning at formal events
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Daydream about fall sewing with boho layers, oversized jackets, and a leopard pencil skirt.
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