Thanks! And there were actually several shades of red linen on the same bolt! I ended up with thi…
Oh, thank you so much! :)
A vintage outfit I made for a 1930s picnic last month! Though the blouse is modern, the hat is from the late 20s/early 30s, and the suspender skirt was made by me using Advance 4780 (published in 1…
After completing a really difficult project, I needed to make something that I know would go together quickly. Enter the wacky print modern dress! I used my modified version of Butterick 4443 (one …
Thank you! :)
Why, thank you! :)
He hee, thanks! I’ll be making a pair or tap pants before these get worn in public again. ;)
Aww, thank you so much!
Newly completed circle skirt out of faux siilk taffeta. I recently started swing dancing, and need something fun and fabulous to twirl in!
More about this skirt here on my blog:
Belated commenting here, but I love this dress! the pintucks and color combo (I love blue and bro…
Thank you so much!
aww, thanks so much! And I adore polka dots, as well. :)
aww, thank you so much! As for the hat, it’s a vintage one I picked up at the antique store last …
Before summer disappears entirely, I decided to make another summer dress, this time in a blue and white polka dot! The bodice is a very heavily altered version of Simplicity 1779. I made View D of…
Pedal pushers are such a chic and casual vintage garment, and it is so much easier to refashion an existing pair of pants into this style than it is to start from scratch!
This tutorial was o…
Aww, thank you so much! :)
Thanks so much! :)
Thanks! And for some reason, cure bird fabric is really hard to find.
New skirt made from Pendleton wool remnants using Simplicity 2512 (designed by Cynthia Rowley). Blog post about it here: http://annaintechnicolor.wordpress.com/2012/02/21/the-skirt-that-so-did-not-…
Sewing & Techniques
Check out this step-by-step on sewing our wrapped and pleated mini skirt
What do you think of these summery styles?
Check out the debut of this lovely designer style pattern with angular pleats
Behind the seams with Marina von Koenig Part 1
Dreamy dresses, floral prints, and cute spring tops.
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