I made this dress from a burdastyle pattern (girl’s pleated dress 11/2012 #152); It was easy to put together though I didn’t follow the instructions exactly. Instead, I finished it the way you wou…
I made Burdastyle’s “Girl’s Pleated Dress 11/2012 #152” in a cotton canvas, and lined the yoke/bodice with a cranberry cotton voile (from the Free Spirit Voiles, very very soft).
It went togethe…
Thanks :) I used the Manhattan dress from Sewing Clothes Kids Love (which, I think, is co-writte…
This time I just did one layer of skirt, so only the bodice is lined (with cream flannel, for warmth in the winter/spring). I think it will make a cheerful easter dress…
From a pattern from Sewing Clothes Kids Love, made from some new and some upcycled fabrics (the dress is reversible, and one side is from an upcycled sheet, the other side mostly from new fabrics)….
I sew clothes in lots of different colors, and gutermann is the very best for thread.
Used the Jakob pattern in a cobalt linen; magnets instead of buttons (handsewn). Pattern is pretty straightforward, but had to draft a separate collar as the given one is huge and crazy; also adde…
I used a pattern from Sewing Clothes Kids Love, with a stretch twill found on sale at Wal-Mart for $1.50/yard. The knees and pockets are a Jessica Jones canvas print.
They went together very …
I love the parfait pattern.
I would definitely make a raincoat, lined with flannel or even quasi-quilted, maybe.
cotton, for sure.
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