A washed silk crepe de chine version of my Archer pattern view B. I’m not a very ruffly person but I wear this shirt all the time! W…
A plaid flannel version of my Archer pattern . I wear this thing constantly! I love this flannel, this version is basically the reas…
I’ve been wanting to try a photo printed dress for a while but thought keeping it a slightly abstract with a cloud print might be a good idea. I love how this dress turned out and I can’t wait to …
I went on a mini pajama making spree and ended up with one cotton stripe pair and one cotton chambray pair. The shorts are loosely based on the Maritime Shorts with quite a few changes. I omitted t…
Originally bought this fabric for this purpose but then decided that it should be a skirt. BAD IDEA!! I salvaged the fabric and cut this top out of the horrible skirt and all is well in the world….
Finally have these guys finished and photographed, just in time for another heat and humidity wave around here too. The pattern is a modified version of the Maritime Shorts…
The first item of my Summer Wardrobe plan is complete, the chambray button down dress! I’ve worn this almost every day since I made it and I’m pretty sure there will be another one of these in the …
Super cute, love your stripe placement!
I was supposed to make this top in November but never really got around to it until this weekend. I think I’ll definitely get a lot of use out of it this spring and summer. The top is French seamed…
I’m hoping I can find someone too!
Thanks! I agree, I am now wishing it was my size!
I wish I had someone to give it to, instead it’s just sitting around waiting till I do.
Haha I am always a sucker for mini things!
Made this for my sister for Christmas and it was definitely a hit! I started with this Burda Magazine pattern and ma…
I made this little blazer to illustrate how to bag a jacket lining, I wish it wasn’t so small now though! It is the BurdaStyle Jorinde pattern printed at 60%.
Definitely the Crepe de Chine, I’ve ordered some and it looks so wonderful printed!
Thanks, I actually was super lucky and found this fabric at Mood
I do sew in a dedicated sewing room. Even though it’s so small that my iron and board have to be …
Probably 4-6 times, it’s the only way to cut bias strips for necklines etc!
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