It is wedding season in France and this means dresses! This is my fourth version of this pattern… More details here
I love simple dirndl skirts and wear them quite often. Plus, they’re so simple to make!
More about this skirt (including funny pics with a matching shirt) on my blog, Carlotta Stermaria:…
This is my first shirt, and the big winner of my first Me-Made-May !
I’m quite proud of it for being my first shirt, its impeccable plaid…
Thank you all for your kind comments! ^^
I was so darn pleased with my previous Lisette dress that I decided t make another one immediately.
Slight variations here : I used the…
Thank you to all of you (as a cinema fan, I especially like your Wes Anderson comment, Miss Jacki…
Is there anything as nice as shirtdresses? I’m not sure, so it was time I tried to make one.
I used Simplicity 2246 pattern, aka the lisette traveler dress, replacing the softly curved skirt by…
I have a strange taste in fabrics sometimes… hence the name of this skirt!
I used Simplicity 2215 by Cynthia Rowley as a base, only I decided to make all my pleats symetrical and to iron them…
Wow! Thanks to all of you for your kind comments!
I wanted a rather simple coat for the spring and decided to try my hand at Pavot. It’s my first coat, which makes it a big achievement!!!
I didn’t like the fact it was unlined, but I didn’t cons…
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This timeless style ties at the back and looks stunning at formal events
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