Cute dress! I love the fabric too.
Cute top Kathy! I love the print
Awww, very cute!!
Measuring an armhole is a tricky thing to get accurate because of the curved line. You have to start with the stitching line since the outer edge of different pattern curves can be different lengt…
It is a great pattern! Post yours when you finish. I would love to see this made up in boucle.
Be sure to post your version. I would love to see it!
Thanks! I am really pleased with the way it turned out.
Black silk boxy jacket from the July issue and here. I had some struggles with this pattern, but love how it turned out. I have a ton of pics and info on my blog.
Thanks Mary! I always need me some shorts here in Texas. I think it stays hot most of the year.
You are too sweet Liliv!
Rolled up shorts from the July 2013 issue of Burdastyle. I only narrowed the leg and they were great.
More information on my blog
Your dress is gorgeous! The fabric is really pretty…it does not look thick at all. Have fun on…
Here is a slideshow about using the Japanese measuring wheel. Understanding the amount of ease in a sleeve head is useful in determining if the sleeve would be better sewn flat or in the round. Sle…
This is a quick slideshow of how the SA Curve rulers are used to add seam allowances on paper and fabric,as well as, adding stitching lines on paper or fabric.
More information at www.sacurverul…
Your dress is fabulous! I love the fringe and the sleeves too.
If you ever want to sell your pattern, I will definitely be in line to buy this. I adore this ja…
Cute top Kathy!! I was wondering about how this one sewed up.
Awesome bathing suit! It looks really pretty on you.
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