I’ve revisited the Jamie dress with some further alterations to make it better fit my figure and this hot summer.
Made another Nanette tote (fantastic pattern by Rebek a Lambert of artsy-crafty babe) with some wonderful Australian organic screen printed fabric by Ink & Spindle.
Blogged, side by side with my…
Wow. It’s amazing.
Thank you! go for it. the results are such fun and worth the tedious cutting.
Wow, that’s commitment! I hope you’re not too far from finishing it but I’m sure it’ll be worth t…
Thanks a bunch! :)
Thank you so much! :)
approx. 1,8 m x 2 m (72’’ x 80’’)
links all posts and tons of progress pictures: http://aquamareencrafting.blogspot.de/2013/01/tgiff-yoshi-journey.html
Oh ja, habe ich. War quasi der letzte Punkt auf der abzuhakenden Liste. :D
Thanks. It’s a great print wiht a lovely hand. :)
Thanks. My dress had bias tape around the neck and hemline to match. Gotta love a pop of colour. :)
A skirt I made in autumn 2011 based on an altered Burda 8176.
Thank you! :)
This is my first dress ever! I altered SisBoom’s Jamie dress pattern to achieve a better fit.
1) added length to the wasitband and back bodice piece for a lower, more natural waistline (I’m 5’9…
Thank you! It is so pretty that I have a second skirt made from it! :)
Two layers of fabric with scalloped hems. Scallops are narrower on the top layer.
Hems are blind stitched by hands. Side seams sewn as French seams.
blogged here: http://aquamareencrafting.bl…
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