These shorts are based on a pattern from Burda 11/2007, I just shortened them. They’re super comfy!
I love doing yoga and I always want new pretty yoga clothing so I figured I could easily make my own!
I found the pattern for the leggings online and the one for the top in Burda magazine 11/2007….
thank you :) they’re both posters! the upper one came with my ‘dark side of the moon’ vinyl, the …
I used my basic pattern for a buttoned shirt again, but I left out the sleeves (made a bias strip from the same embroidered poplin I used for the collar instead) and added a skirt.
Thanks :) If only spring was already here!
I made this blouse with a basic pattern for a buttoned shirt, but I wanted it to be a bit more loose and playful, so I changed nearly everything about the pattern! The fabric is a thin cotton batiste
I made this case for my sister, to go with the kindle my other sister and me gave her for christmas. She really likes the moomins so I tried to make it look like one. It’s made from a thick felt an…
Your skirts are all so lovely!
Thank you! No, as I replied to another comment I used a pattern from Burda magazine
It’s No. 115 from Burda magazine 11/2007, I just made it shorter and left out the zippers on the …
I made this double-breasted coat from a thick, fir-green (I wasn’t able to catch the colour in the photos, it’s a really rich, dark, warm shade of green) woolen loden which made the lapel collar a…
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