A very nice dress, better than the original in the magazine! I think that Baltic women have a nob…
Is it Painted? I thought the technology is batik?
Thank you dear Mary and dear Sewholic, my mom is proud of my work
That was my Christmas gift to my mother.
It put 10 hours of pure hand work in it, then even sewing the pillow case. It is closed at the back with buttons.
The description of the work is in Bur…
All sewn as gifts on several occasions and already given away…
It was so much fun to sew them!
The pillows are made from fabric remnants that are left when sewing my clothes.
Finally I have them embroidered with sewing machine. There are pillow covers with zipper, size 40×40 cm
I do n…
I am also very happy about the practicality of this project.
Thank you Mary! The bag also adorns my living room.
Thank you very much!
I used average size, size 33-34. One of the men you see on the picture:-)
very funny :-) and well done!
made from two worn men jeans, lined with denim..
The sewing instructions can be found in Burda magazine 1-2007
Oh, yes, the glove has resulted from the small remnants.
From the same magazine as the bags Lifestyle
Capacious bag is greater or smaller using the two side bars on buttons. I sewed the bag as a birthday gift for a good friend of mine.
I sewed three bags of the type: one for me, second for a friend, and the third, from Ikea fabric for my sister.
The bags are lined and have pockets inside and outside – both with zipper.
Good idea! I`m always searching for my glasses case in my bag, because the case is dark color.
Very nice!!! I made this cardigan in the same color from a wool fabric (the German autumn days ar…
Thank you for the compliment!
Thank you, SassyT!
I am pleased, Mary!
allow multiple combinations for wearing.
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