Amazing work! Congratulations! What was the occasion???
So cute, you must be so happy about your project!
Thank you! His parents liked it very much! :-)
I wanted to do something gender neutral for a newborn boy – resulted in a Pippi Longstocking shirt!
I made a cut out in the back for a small piece of velcro to make it easier to dress someone who …
Thanks so much! xo
I used gorgeous rich jersey and left over suede for this top, which I really like and have used a lot already. The double seem from the twin needle in the hem makes it really professional!
He’s wearing it to casual Friday tomorrow!
Thanks so much! Go ahead and do it, super easy! Good luck!
I made this cardigan (to go with a skinny tie and jeans for a semi-casual day at work) from rich jersey, wristlet fabric and 5 buttons. I like how it turned out, but I wish I had went all in and pi…
I needed something for the milder winter days, and decided on this pattern!
I couldn’t follow the descirption to make all seems inside-out, so I had to let the seams show on the hem and the slee…
So pretty! Exactly my style! God job!
Amazing! I was picking between coat patterns and this did the choosing a lot easier! Congrats on …
Isn’t it! :-)
The wish for a real lion didn’t come true so this costume will have to do the trick!
Nice work! I always take on size smaller than I “should” in Burda Magazines, I think they are big…
Some sort of gitftcard maybe? If it is, let’s say, a Swedish citizen who win ;) then make a giftc…
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