Thank you! Can you tell my hair is wet? LOL!
Thank you! I have a bit of a snakeskin fetish going on at the moment, LOL!
Loved the pattern – I plan to make more of these!
Magazine pattern 12/2013 #128
more details here: http://gksagenda.blogspot.com/2014/01/anaconda.html
Burda envelope pattern 7866, made of poly blend sweater knit. LOVE this pattern!
more details here: http://gksagenda.blogspot.com/2014/01/moar-leopard.html
This is another top made from Burda pattern 12/2012 #118B. Because that pattern is not available as a download, I’ll link to #119, which is the same thing but with sleeves. Just omit the sleeves …
Such lovely compliments – thanks again, everyone!
Thank you for the compliments, everyone!
A little top made of sweater knit, embellished with sequins in a leopard print design.
Details on my blog: http://gksagenda.blogspot.com/2014/01/laura-petrie-or-palm-beach.html
Thank you for those lovely compliments, ladies!
This is the Bubble Coat from Burda Magazine, but without the front frill, to give it a slightly more masculine feel.
Many more photos on my blog: http://gksagenda.blogspot.com/2013/11/bubble-co…
This is a simple sequin top from pattern 118B, Burda magazine issue 12/2012. I don’t believe the pattern is available as a download, but it seems to be in the new winter North American issue with …
This is the BurdaStyle Emily shirt, in pink Swiss dot chambray. I’ve written quite a lengthy post with my impressions of this pattern here: http://gksagenda.blogspot.com/2013/04/burda-emily-shirt…
Thanks! I have to admit my sewing machine makes buttonholes easy – it’s a one-step buttonholer, …
This is my second version of Burda envelope pattern 7072 – this time in a solid color with a patterned lining. Like my first one, I did view B with collar, 3/4 length sleeves and patch pockets.
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