I made my first pair of real trousers using the Colette 1024 Juniper pattern. I really like how the turned out, despite all the fit problems I had.
I go into all the pattern modifications and…
I made a cotton blouse. This was a wearable muslin for another top that I decided not to make. I hand sewed on the collar pieces.
Burda 02/2013 #135
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I use an old make-up powder brush to clean the lint out of my bobbin …
I made my sister a quilt for her first baby, Jack.
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What about knit fusibles? There’s a whole category missing.
I made a simple tank top out of rayon challis with a complicated twist. I made spaghetti straps and hand sewed them to the neckline.
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I made the Boyfriend another Negroni for his birthday this year. I chose a brushed cotton uneven plaid twill for the fabric. The Boyfriend really likes it.
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I made this dress for wedding I was attending in Mexico last October. I’m pretty happy with the way it came out given the short amount of time I worked on it. It is fully lined and made with a vi…
I made this asymmetrical peplum top back in October. I did some altering of the facings and contoured the pattern to fit my body.
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love the 1930s. so elegant and feminine.
I made my dog a chia pet costume for Halloween this year.
I drafted and sewed the onesie myself and then embellished it with hydrangea buds from a craft store. It was quite tedious, but well …
A maxi skirt I drafted last weekend. The fabric is a poly/rayon/spandex blend I think and it feels and drapes wonderfully.
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Sewing & Techniques
See how Meg made this edgy dress using the Janome Artistic Edge Digital Cutter!
No need to go outside… spend the morning in dolled up in this collection of vintage style pajamas.
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Learn how to use your bodice sloper to draft this popular collar style
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