Isn’t it just? Sometimes you can find the most beautiful pillow cases in thrift stores :-)
The bias binding detail is my favourite part of this pattern :-)
I drafted the perfect gardening dress today using the Sorbetto pattern as my starting block. I deleted the centre front pleat and lengthened the top by about 14 inches, taking into account my hip m…
Thanks! It fits great but very snug :-)
Glad you enjoyed making the pattern, I think it would be lovely in a light weight fabric!
I understand what you mean. I am myself pear shaped and there are some patterns that I just know …
Thanks! I bought the fabric on ebay as I was unable to find anywhere local to me that sold Lycra …
Thanks heaps! When it is stretched on the body it looks perfectly smooth… I just didn’t have th…
It is a great pattern!
Thanks, I was pleased with how the ribbon detail turned out.
Thanks heaps :-)
I agree with you, I think the pattern is great. Perhaps it is because it uses so much fabric, or …
Thanks very much :-)
I agree! I think this pattern is a perfect basic that could be altered to create many different s…
Thanks so much! I know what you mean. I have a box where I keep my small collection of Liberty la…
Thanks! You’re right I should post a photo of me in it xox
Thanks heaps. Glad you appreciated the garden setting, I put a lot of work into it. We haven’t ye…
Thanks very much!
Here are some photos of a blouse I made. I used a vintage Simplicity 1430 pattern I purchased on Etsy. When I purchased the pattern I did not understand what “unprinted pattern” actually meant. You…
This dress took me a day and a morning to make. I could probably do it in a day next time, but as it was my first time I had to make a few modifications to the pattern. As most women out there, I a…
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.
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