Thank you Cathy! You are my first comment ever!!!! My fabric is a bit loose but the effect of the…
Raglan-sleeved shirt with integrated scarf. The instructions were a mystery for me (i did not know how to cut the openings for the scarf, or how to sew the front bodice. At the end I followed my in…
I was wondering the same thing…. I’ve had no luck searching on internet.
I want to sew this dress using a knit fabric and no zipper, so thank you for experimenting ahead …
Beautiful top! And the picture is perfect: just a happy occasion!!!!!!
I don’t like the pictures at all! The waist is ill fitting, the lateral pockets are open, the bac…
It is beautiful but overpriced. I pay more for other indie patterns but at least you get the pape…
My dining room… right now is like my sewing room, so, maybe I need two makeovers heheheh!
Beautiful! I’m just adjusting my muslin today (I had to cut a size 8 for the top and a 12 for my …
a little mini skirt for my DD!
In my dining room!
The Flapper Dress!!!!
I dream of having a sewing room… but for now I’m happy with my dining table!
i need a goooood iron to finish the hems of 2 skirts and 2 dresses!
Rutherford B. Hayes! I loved the poster with the girl and the hat with two buttons!
Blogs, movies, old pictures!
No doubt: ME! Because pattern lingo it’s greek to my daughter
Right now: a knitted pullover (more than a year !)
I’m planning to attend a pattern making class at my local community college .
Maybe a belt for my 40’s black skirt!
I love the flapper dress and the 40’s skirts and shoes
The best interpretation ! Felicidades!
I was thinking on buying some high quality beeswax but for my holiday baking (french canellets!)>…
Hit the city streets in adventurous looks with utilitarian details like cargo pockets and belts.
Twists on feminine classics, like a bold patterned shift dress and pants with a racing stripe.
Member Project of the Week
Short jackets like this zebra print bomber by Anniemollison are a must for spring.
The latest pattern bundle features nine vintage reissues from the 50s and 60s.
Pick one of 5 patterns for a new kind of sew along
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