thank you nadia !
thanks kisses! The fabric is very comfortable to wear and I am starting to get used to the colour…
thank you so much !
thank you cchristie! The colour is growing on me now, especially after all those lovely comments!
ohhh, you always write the sweetest comments! Thank you very much !!
What a nice thing to write, thank you so much !
thank you Ellen ! And thank you for congratulating me, I didn’t even know about it
I didn’t even know that I was being featured :-(
thanks for the nice comment, rita
thank you claudinka. I don’t mind the colour so much anymore.
thank you loulourosa ! I am beginning to like the colour on me now.
thank you kisses for the lovely compliment !
thank you Kristen.
Thank you very much Rita61 ! have to admit, this is one of my favourite dresses.
thank you Ellen ! I love this dress and have already material to make a second one, just haven’t …
thank you soooo much Mary ! I quite love the tan shoes with it too, but last friday we went out a…
thank you calatrava92! I love wearing it.
ohh thank you very much learningnewtricks! And you are right, already got some black material for…
thank you nadia ! The front detail is what attracted me to this dress :-)
thank you very much loulourosa ! I love wearing it.
that started as a joke and then grew as the german team got further and further ahead in the world cup. At first I only made the dress, without the blouse and without the eyelets for the ribbon but…
the material is something stretchy that looks like lace and I used Butterick pattern B5672. Made it a while ago but never wore it because I didn’t like the colour on me, but now it is summer and I…
stretchy lace with stretchy lining.
shorts no. 124/06/2014. I was trying to pose in front of Chanel, but they took one look at my selfmade shorts and told me no photographs allowed :-)
found this material in the same shop as the olive green cotton and decided it would make a nice holiday dress. The day I wore this dress, we found this really fancy vinyard in France and naturally …
found this absolutely lovely cotton fabric on one of our day trips. there was enough material to make a skirt and a top, just haven’t managed to take a picture of the top yet.
to go with the Eiffeltower skirt.
found this pattern in a german magazine and what I liked about it, was the fact that these pants looks more like a maxi skirt at first glance.
I used the same pattern for these pants as for the flowery ones, and the material (linen) is a lot more comfortable on the skin.
I used cotton for these pants and even though I washed the fabric beforehand, the material is still a bit scratchy :-(
in blue/white polka dots with a red trim around the edge.
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