i saw this floral tulle fabric at joann’s and immediately fell in love with it! i know american apparel has a blouse out of similar fabric, but it’s an expensive $88, so i decided to make my own ve…
i started with a silk/cotton blend. it was a really bright white, so i tea-dyed it. then, i bought some black Dye-Na-Flow silk textile paint online. the paint was more watery than i expected it to …
this is a blouse that i made a couple weeks ago. it’s from the same 80s pattern that i used for my sleeveless button up that i posted previously.
my blooooog: rogue brogue…
i seriously love these so much! i want some for me!
ahh thanks!! i just thought i’d jump into the blogging world haha. following you back :)
thanks so much! :)
here is a colorblock blouse i made a few days ago. it’s inspired by a top that nina garcia wore on project runway! modeled by my lovely (albeit moody-looking) sister.
see nina’s top here! "rogue…
yea! i sort of made my own by cutting up a paper grocery bag and took the width in a couple inches
dual handles tote. more experimenting with dying fabric! alas, the color was supposed to be black, but i’ll settle for purple. this bag was inspired by baggu
you canz read/see more at my tumbl…
this is a tank top i made out of this really cool pastel striped fabric someone gave me. i was worried about it being too stiff, but i think it’ll get softer as it gets washed. i put a bright red b…
this is great!
thanks! i highly suggest it, it’s one of my favorite patterns
haha, i’ve only made the dirndl, but i should look at the other ones too!
thanks so much!
i made this dress out of a liberty airplane print that i fell in love with. liberty fabric is pretty expensive, but the little planes are TOO ADORABLE- i had to splurge. the dress is the dirndl pat…
aw thanks! hmm, i think the best way to explain it is that when the tank top is laying down flat,…
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