How pretty and well! My 6 year old girl is very impressed and want me to make a set for her.
using “design it yourself clothes” by Cal Patch i have made a skirt for a 6 year old.
I’am pleased with it. The zipper is reused from a pair of jeans. It was very diffecault to get it of without …
I made my own pattern from a pair of old panties. A rub off. The result is a bit less “hip” than the original :-)
It was great fun & flow! & the pants are fine and nice.
I used the nice book:…
Pants for an 8 year old. The “fashion queen” at her school asked where she bought it.
Soo pleased about it :-)
I made them from a old pattern used for sweetshirt fabric.
übernice concept! pretty cat head
Warm fleece for the autum and winter.
The jesey is heavy. It reminds my of something from the 60’s, when I see them.
I made them from a book, not in print anymore, just jused the pattern for the Isoli fabric /sweat shirt fabric/
both pattern and fabric is choosen by the enduser.
6/2010 Girl’s Tunic Dress #149
You can use these for carnival. Burda calls it folklore, allright. But talking about wearing it f…
How interesting! Where did you find the pattern?
Great! looking good and fresh.
I would like to do those pants also.
Leggings – soft not tight
I used a pattern from Ingelise (Danisk Magazine) no.6, 2008.
They are longer and larger. I simply added 10 cm. and took a size to big. (2 years) . Quite astonish…
Beautiful dress and beautiful pictures!
The fabrics has been wainting for years – now I made my shirt and I am so pleased with it.
it is quit simple and nice to wear.
The pattern is from a magazine : Ingelise nr.6, 2005 (model 16)
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