A jacket for work made using Republique du Chiffon’s Bernadette pattern. The pattern is great! It is my first time making a jacket with a bagged lining and I am grateful for the detailed instruct…
My first attempt at By Hand London’s Charlotte pattern. I like the pattern, it was very easy to make and did not require any real adjustments (except adding a kick pleat and making it shorter).
Your jacket looks very professional and trendy. It suits you very well!
A short jacket /bolero made using a pattern from my favourite Japanese pattern book Casual Sweet Clothes.
I made it in a dark navy cotton sateen and I love it! The material is very comfortable a…
Wow, it looks wonderful and the style suits you very well! Added pattern to my wish-list to sew:-)
Always enjoy reading about your new outfits, you always look so cheerful:-) I like your outfit a …
Great job! I think the bow detail makes it very special
Very nice, and also great picture!
Thank you :-)
Thank you:-) after making it i reslized the neckline is wide enough so I don’t need to undo the b…
Thank you for your compliment!
very cute dress! I love that fabric:-)
A simple top from the Republique du Chiffon Anne-Marie ensemble pattern. It was very easy to make (except for the time it took to hand hem).
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thank you! i am now working on version #2:-)
thank you! i agree it makes the perfect lbd – so many possibilities with its simplicity:-)
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She made this dress for her high school graduation, and it looks fab!
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