I made this bag to suit Dirndls and other traditional clothing, but as well for a everyday use. I used many traditional symbols and stuff, like:
The Edelweiss button: A boy who wants to conquer …
I made this dress out of black jersey fabric and lace. It’s so much fun to wear!!!
Really nice, great job!!!
Thank you, yeah love this sewing adrenalin!!!
Thank’s for your comment on my 40’s party dress!! Love your skirt project!! Happy sewing :)
Thank’s for the comment on my 40’s dress!! I love your projects, really good work! Happy sewing :)
I made this dress for a carnival party here in Germany. The pattern is from a burda easy fashion magazine. I lifted the waist, to give it a more vintage look.
I had to sew till about half an hour …
omg, sooo great! Love it!
Really nice, great work!
Loooove this, great work and beautiful colour!!
My Style X creation. I was inspired by the british bands and singers Olly Murs, The Kooks, KT Tunstall and many many others. I was also inspired by the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, where so many diff…
LOVE it! Can’t believe you did it without a pattern!!!
Love the different buttons!! Great work!!
Oh I love this challenge… =) I really hope it is international, so that I can take part!!!
Thanks for your comment on my project “Klausencoat”! I kind of love those traditoins, too =)
Really nice, lovely fabric!!
Hey, thank you for your comment on my project Klausencoat! Your projects are really cute, well do…
Hey, thank you for your comment on my Klausencoat! Your projects are really good! Happy sewing :)
Hey, thanks for your comment on my Project Klausencoat! Your projects are great! Happy sewing :)
Love it! Really nice style. well done!
Hit the city streets in adventurous looks with utilitarian details like cargo pockets and belts.
Twists on feminine classics, like a bold patterned shift dress and pants with a racing stripe.
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