This dress is made entirely from locally found fabrics (Houston, TX). It features a sweetheart neckline, full length skirt, and is made from VERY thick Lycra material.
This dress can be custom m…
This is was hand drafted and sewn by me.
It is made out of vintage upholstery fabric found in San Francisco, CA.
This dress features a plunge front, low back, circle skirt and pockets. Photo…
This dress is made from re-purposed materials found in San Francisco, CA.
It was made as a beach cover-up/vegas style pool party and is completely sheer.
I love this dress!!!
I’ve had this fabric for a while now and I have been wondering what to do with it.
Originally I was going to make a Maxi dress, but felt like the print was a little to busy for a long skirt. La…
I made this dress a few hours before my first Houston Fashion Show. The pattern was created by me. I can help you draft one if you would like.
The outer most layer is a Lycra material, that is v…
The people who design these dresses must not live in Texas…….. There is no way ANYONE would s…
Hahah. I completely agree.
Cute! I want to make some!
Some parts are serged, some are not. When I first designed this pattern years ago I did not have …
This is what you get when you combine closet fabric cleaning and self drafted patterns….. too many dresses!! But I love them all so it’s ok.
All of the dresses are made from recycled…
Dress is made from 1.5 yards of 4 way recycled knit material. There are no cuts (except for the front tulip cascade on the skirt. Technically there are no seams, but I sewed a few parts down ("side…
I hope you make one too!
it’s a great one!! Were they the same? I hope you make a dress out of yours as well!
I’m not sure how.. lol
I’m not really sure how to upload a pattern as something people can actually use. But I will work…
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