I wanted to make a convertible dress, and loved the versalette by seamly, but couldn’t stomach the $110 price tag, so I made my own. It’s a dress, tank, t-shirt, scarf, hood, poncho, long skirt, sh…
Lovely dresses, mostly!
Pick me! Pick me!
My most important project right now is making a vintage-inspired blue skirt-suit! (Think Pan Am)….
I finally have a sewing room! It’s lovely!
The only iconic outfit I can think in is Marilyn Monroe’s white dress. However, if asked about ic…
I’m not sure what would make a project “crafty,” but I’d say anything that I had to put boning in…
:( There are only chain stores here where I live! I mostly buy used sewing books on amazon or hal…
I have a hard time finding fabric that I truly love. Often I will go to a fabric store with a pat…
I just got a sewing room when we moved 2 months ago! I love it!
Hmm, somewhere between 0-1. I own one, but I don’t cut patterns every week! Do most people on bur…
Dresses – they make me feel pretty, so the hard work is all worth it in the end!
By making my Christmas dress look perfect without leaving white marks on it like my current iron …
I prefer hard copy patterns.
My grandma taught me to sew when I was really young. I made a few dresses and skirts throughout j…
I have to go with the seam ripper. I’d prefer to never have to use it, but since I sometimes need…
Ha! I love this! So creative!
I’d get Ceylon! <3
A raincoat of course! It would be super cute!
Draping is what makes a perfect dress…something that flows and floats as the wearer walks!
I love structured looks, so I like bottomweights…blend doesn’t matter all that much to me, I lo…
50’s dresses with full skirts. You can’t help but feel like a princess in them!
Very clever! I would have never thought to do this!
I am deathly afraid of prints, but I actually really like the print you chose! It’s really cute!
I would like something that cuts patterns out for me. That is my least favorite part of sewing!
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Dress up outerwear with deep shawl collars and sew up a lovely fitted dress with a flounced hemline.
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