I used a vintage 80’s pattern to put together this little quilted jacket, my first ever outerwear project! More on the blog: sewstylist.wordpress.com
Here’s my little contribution to the long line of lovely Anna’s out there in the world. More on the blog: sewstylist.wordpress.com
I appreciate your compliment!
Thank you! It was fun to make.
Thanks! I’m always aiming for all those things, glad it worked out.
Thank you, it was fun to make! ps: If you care to stop by my blog I’ve got a little tutorial show…
Thanks so much!
I made an extra-long Colette Patterns Mabel skirt, and I love it! More on the blog: sewstylist.wordpress.com
I’ve got a post about Oonapaloozing & the delightful Tap Shorts pattern on my blog: sewstylist.wordpress.com/2014/07/31/id-tap-that/
For this top I started with the well-known, well-loved Grainline Scout Tee, then altered the pattern. More on my blog: sewstylist.wordpress.com
thanks! isn’t it crazy/wonderful what a difference fabric choice can make?
yes, it feels great to wear.
Such a cute outfit!
Who would have guessed that a vintage Simplicity pattern from the 80s could create such a classic look? A comfortable, easy to wear dress that is as feminine as it is sexy. More details on my blog:…
These turned out so well! What pattern did you use? The fit is perfect.
Wow! This one is all about the drama! Great work.
Such a fun look!
The pattern was drafted using the rub-off technique on a favorite shirt from my closet. The fabric I purchased on a trip to San Francisco, back when I was living in Oregon. As I am now living in Sa…
I’m a fan of all the Grainline Studio patterns I’ve tried, and this one is no exception.
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Awesome top! I made a very different top out the same fabric! Yours really turned out great.
These are adorable!
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Dress up outerwear with deep shawl collars and sew up a lovely fitted dress with a flounced hemline.
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