I’ve been getting creative up-cycling inexpensive rings with new findings… Ahhh… the Simple Pleasures in ones day!
Christmas Fabric Roses ♥ by Fawn
Hand made Fabric Roses ♥ by Fawn
I handmade these doll tops from one of my own tee’s; I then cut out one of the little drawings from my son’s Head Start tee-shirt and sewed it on the front of one; then added recycled Levi’s tags i…
Found this doll kit on eBay ($12.oo). Used a taupe cotton/linen to finish the body; attached it with black zip ties… Love it! (21" tall)
That must have been a lovely dress… wonderful blouse fabric ♥♥♥
Moss Green Burnout Velvet Dress ♥ by Fawn ♥ Perfect for a walk in the park ♥
Love the structure in the back. Did you use a pattern to get this look??? If sew; do tell…. ple…
Thank you… this is some of my practice fabric (the dollar a yard stuff). I’m looking forward to m…
My version of “Butterick 3303”
My Version of Vintage Vogue 2702… All I really changed was the neckline. It’s super soft and comfy!!!
I love this, you do such lovely work.
I made up a magic brew of water and bleach…
Then I slipped a plastic cutting matte inside the tee… ( to protect the other side)…
Dipping regular plastic cookie cutters in the magic brew……
I made this jacket using McCall’s 6868… I no longer leave the fringe on ’cause it always seem to be in my way. (A personal preference) Finishing the jacket edges with accenting double fold bias t…
The simpler the better I say… easy robe pattern. I love “no side seam” pants too. When my son grew out of these we handed them down to my grandchildren.
I love making these aprons… I believe “A lovely apron makes housework much more enjoyable”.
Simplicity 8739 is a Victorian costume pattern. I made a shorter version of the pullover slip dress. I’ve used this pattern a couple of times now and I just love it. It has a nice romantic feel.
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