A really easy summer dress made by tracing an old top for a pattern. Fabric found on eBay.
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A really basic skirt I made for a friend – I had some spare ladybird fabric and she’s a fan of these skirts. She’s smaller than I am so it fits differntly on her – I just tried it on for the photos…
thank you :-) x
Wow its fabulous!
wow these are fantastic! Love the bird print fabric especially
Thats’s very kind thank you
thanks, I couldn’t resist :-)
Ladybug does make more sense really! In Norfolk they call them ‘Bushy Barnabys’ – i really dont k…
I just tried to upload this so apologies if its on here twice!
Cotton shirt dress made with lovely ladybirds
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For anyone trying to insert a concealed or hidden zip, I have tried to make a handy tutorial :-)
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I tried the fantastic Gerard pattern from Republique du Chiffon – its brilliant! First proper coat that I have tried making and I was suprised at how it turned out.
A did a little pattern review o…
That is fantastic! Then I saw it was 8ft and it got better! :)
Wow that is incredible!!
Just an experiment doing a v-neck dress – its a Navy blue stretch dress made from ponte de roma, short sleeves above the elbow and knee length.
I used the fatasic tutorial here on Burdsatyle for…
Oh wow that is fantastic!
Thank you :)
Thank you :)
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