Thankyou Ellen, I just noticed it was featured. How exciting!
Thanks Sassy, I just went and liked you FB page. I love that pink leopard print bomber you posted…
I made this bomber jacket or “blouson” as Burdastyle magazine refers to it in a zebra print woven with a little stretch in it.
I wanted it to look a little funky and I think it has worked out wel…
Thankyou very much! It worked out really well in this fabric and it is so comfy to wear which is …
I think they may have sold out although you could get away with just over a meter …
Digital printed close-fitting, above mid-knee, pullover dresses with front and back feature tucks.
Fabric is a Ponti knit from Tessuti and pattern is Butterick 5559.
Easy to sew but take tim…
Thankyou, the pattern looks much better made up. It looked pretty average in my stash.
This is my entry for Project Sewn’s graphic print challenge.
I picked what I thought was a simple pattern and try to draft a batwing sleeve onto it but it didn’t work so I went back to the origina…
I think I have this fabric in my stash! Looks great. Got my vote again.
Thankyou! Can’t wait to see your project this week. I loved your dress last week.
Thankyou guys and gals!
I made this little black dress for the Project sewn sewalong.
It is made from a silk shantung and V8555 pattern.
Nice and easy to sew and I added a bit of sparkle by adding a sequin midriff. I al…
I love the detail in this blouse. What is the pattern?
Another beautiful dress. :)
Hi Marjorie, this looks beautiful. Much nicer than all those sarongs! I can’t believe you made a …
Really cool dress. I love it.
Nice work. A great copy.
Thanks Marjorie, the slimmer skirt suits me better thats for sure. I have tried a fuller skirt be…
Thanks Mary. Thanks to my creative partner for the pics!
Twists on feminine classics, like a bold patterned shift dress and pants with a racing stripe.
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Short jackets like this zebra print bomber by Anniemollison are a must for spring.
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Pick one of 5 patterns for a new kind of sew along
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See steps on how Meg sewed herself a transitional Jersey suit using colorful jerseys!
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