Top “p”; drafted from the Japanese pattern book, “Unique Clothes Any Way You” Like by Natsuno Hiraiwa, top “p”. A really clever design. I was intrigued by and loved the look of this little thing …
They look pretty cool!
Dear Passiona, I have just received my gorgeous Missoni fabric today. Thank you so much! It is …
Thanks! It was the design rather than the colour I was copying. You are right; their designs ar…
Skirt; my own adaptions of Vogue 8363 to have the slanted side pockets but in a straight skirt silhouette. I kinda copied a skirt I had seen in Cue to get this… a curved waistband and with a sep…
This is so lovely, like a gorgeous tutu, or a dream party dress. I love the soft halter neck. Y…
Awww, so fabulous!! I can see why you fell in love with that print…
Those sleeves are some kind of awesome!!! I love the whole look!
Thank you! The top is sewn up out of knit fabric. I bought it as fabric :)
A self-drafted top, made of an acrylic knit in a blue/grey colour that ended up looking awful on me, so I dyed it yellow with iDye in Yellow and it ended up this marvellous khaki/green colour! So …
This is just beautiful! Sounds very complicated with all that horizontal seaming on the bodice; …
thank you! It is a very simple design
Thank you Don, that means a lot to me coming from someone whose work I really admire
Made using a blue/grey mystery fabric given to me by a friend… and using the directions for the “wearing a square” design in the Japanese pattern book Pattern Magic 2, by Tomoko Nakamichi. The f…
Hi Don, sadly Wardrobe Refashion hasn’t been active for a while now but it was great while it las…
These are very cool items, I love the sleeve tie at the back… you’ve done an amazing and way in…
Made using Burda 7767, of seafoam-green linen. D’ya like the smile-y face pocket flaps?
The cuffs are curved to match, and have double buttonholes and buttons too.
also on my blog here…
thank you! I hadn’t thought of changing the colours underneath, but that is a great idea!
thank you so much Adriana!
thank you, and yes it is very comfy. All the fabrics are stretchy!
thankyou, and I hope you do make this dress!
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