The burda pattern 7880 – http://sewing.patternreview.com/patterns/16283
A quick warrior boy costume for the child. Tunic and cloak pattern/instructions from here – http://www.dagorhir.com/gear/garb.php and trousers from here – board.belegarth.com. Trousers are from a t…
A bustle cage made from a kindle article by Izabela Pitcher (Prior Attire). The book was only a couple of pounds and the instructions were really simple and quick to follow.
A bustle skirt made from this tutorial – http://blog.fabric.com/2010/10/the_costume_trunk_the_incredib.html
Another outfit for the Asylum because there can never be enough steampunk :)
Made from bits of a few different patterns and VeraVenu’s capelet – http://www.burdastyle.com/patterns/vintage-style-…
A flapper dress for the Wilderness Festival. Made from Nehelenia’s 1928 Party Frock.
A steampunk outfit for the Asylum.
Made from a few different bits of patterns and VeraVenus’ capelet – http://www.burdastyle.com/patterns/vintage-style-capelet
An elven archer costume for the boy for the Middle Earth weekend in Birmingham. Based on a number of different tutorials from the internet. I made the Eowyn costume too (in the background) but I ha…
More baby clothes for my niece, some pink jamas with little giraffes on. Based on Burda 9752
An attempt to make some clothes for my niece. From Burda 9752
Recycled charity shop special. The original dress had a low waist and a pleated skirt with a button up front. I cut the skirt off and turned the top round (it buttons up at the back now), re-did th…
A quickly cobbled together ninja outfit plus cape for the boy. Eventually i will be able to take better photos!
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