Thanks for all the positive and supportive comments!
Wore this one to a sewing blogger meetup and the filming of a tv show. Love it. Will probably make another. At some point.
Thanks lady-this means a lot: I remember the first time I came across your stuff, it was your wed…
Thanks schnui, I’m glad you’re enjoying the blog as well-Cheers!
Thanks Merche, that means a lot coming from you!
Hi Gilbysan, I’m not sure where you’re based but here in Melbourne there are a lot of op-shops wh…
Thank you so much!
I love that jacket too.
Thanks for all your supportive comments, much appreciated!
Short summer dress with slightly flared silhouette and short semi-flared sleeves. Tiny, useless side seam pockets (which I won’t be adding next time because I wear it belted).
RTW belt and hat…
This is beautiful and my favourite of the lot (of contestants for the Burdastyle VM contest). Fin…
Pretty! Where are the main seamlines? What closures do you use to get into (and out of) the dress?
Ohmygosh this is gorgeous. That colour just pops! Well done.
Nicely done. Thanks for the replies, ladies.
What sort of a bra does one wear under the dress Meg made?
Nice. Did you use a pattern or just draft it?
This is beautiful. What system of pattern making did you use? Did you base it off a sloper or dra…
Love the style (not a trim-fan sorry) especially the neckline..
Sweet. And I love the room you’ve taken your pictures in. Reduce the flare in the sleeves and you…
Very unique. I like the top portion more that the bottom-the skirt’s sweet but it’s got too much …
Nice. What pattern did you use?
A mini-skirt made out of vintage obi fabric. The front pockets are the jeans’ style ones I adore, last seen here. I will defi…
Gorgeous! You’ve put so much effort and love into it!
Yay, your efforts are most appreciated! Also edit *important to us not use. Cheers.
An awesome dropped-waist cotton shirt-dress with hammer on snaps for fasteners and the best front pockets ever. It has a proper collar with a collar stand and everything. This is a really well-draf…
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