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5 June, 2011

  • 11:24 PM

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    alasse commented on the project Green dirndl

    Ja, mich nervt langsam die enorme Verbreitung von “Modedirndln”, also musste ein ganz simples her :)

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    alasse added the project Green dirndl
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    A rather classic dirndl I made for myself sometime last winter. I didn’t make the blouse though because you can buy every imaginable style and I’m generally lazy ;)
    Same pattern as the one I used …

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2 June, 2011

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    alasse added the project Not-usually-my-favourite-colours Dress
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    I usually don’t wear light colours much. Because I’m a pale person and I don’t want my clothes to be the same colour as my skin.
    But I loved the flower pattern of the fabric and couldn’t resist bu…

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28 May, 2011



27 May, 2011

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    alasse added the project Sheerness with Purple-dot-ness
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    This idea had been brewing for quite some time.
    After finding on of my favourite dress patterns EVER in no. 101 from burdamagazine 02/2011 I finally got it done! The bodice is a really nice fit a…

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23 May, 2011

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    alasse added the project Wild Flowers
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    For myself I hold no preferences among flowers, so long as they are wild, free, spontaneous. – Edward Abbey.

    Pattern: No. 114, burda magazine 05/2010

    Take a little gander over to my blog

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22 May, 2011

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    alasse added the project Asymmetrical Dress
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    This dress started out as a draping exercise, which I turned out to really like in the end.
    The top part is based on pattern no. 101 from burda magazine 02/2011. You can get it here on the site.

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10 May, 2011

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    alasse commented on the project Harry Potter Robes

    Actually you got everything right :)
    The hood part is only included in the front piece. For the back, the blue line is the neck line.



8 May, 2011

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    alasse commented on the project The Zen Charmer Corset

    Wow! Awesome job! I’m especially impressed by your use of the patterned fabric… I always find matching patterns up so annoying :)



29 April, 2011

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    alasse commented on the project Harry Potter Robes

    Hi!
    I’m sorry I’m just answering you now, I have overlooked your question :(

    Yes, only a small strip at the front is lined with the coloured fabric, that’s the way it is in the movies.
    One of the …

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    alasse commented on the project Harry Potter Robes

    You could do that, but then you’d have to add the 2 inches to the black fabric as well so the pieces will fit together. This will make your robe 4 inches wider in total towards the front (including…



18 April, 2011



14 April, 2011

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    alasse commented on the project A Night at the Opera - Victorian Evening Gown

    Not yet. But then again, nobody has given me the private box at the opera (which I should totally have as a victorian lady) yet, either. ;)

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    alasse added the project Teensy Tiny Hat
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    It’s sort of a hat. It’s sort of a fascinator-headpiece-decoration-thingy. Whatever it is, I found it in some contemporary paintings/drawings when I researched my Victorian Evening Gown and I liked…

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    alasse added the project A Night at the Opera - Victorian Evening Gown
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    I made a variation for my victorian Day Dress: with the second bodice and the upper skirt gathered with hooks and eyes, it can now also be worn as an evening gown.
    I also made the mini-hat/fascina…

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12 April, 2011

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    alasse commented on the project Harry Potter Robes

    Thank you :)
    What exactly did you find confusing? Any suggestions for improving it?
    (it all made sense to me, when I made it, which was probably also at some point very late at night, so I shouldn’…



18 March, 2011



6 March, 2011

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    alasse posted a message on ladymacbeth86's wall

    If you’re interested in the historical characters, there are two pretty good books:
    King Hereafter by Dorothy Dunnett and Lady Macbeth by Susan King. Of course they’re both novels and therefore tak…



25 January, 2011



6 January, 2011



5 January, 2011

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    alasse commented on the project More underwear?! - Bustle and Petticoat

    Thanks :)
    Yeah, I made the bustle pattern myself. After taking on drafting my corset I thought I would be able to draft the bustle as well and I was ;)
    I will probably upload it here and on my blog…



4 January, 2011



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31 December, 2010