Thanks, it’s gotten a LOT of use so far!
really like the pleat detail in front and your fabric!
Finally I am adding a few badly needed shirts to my wardrobe starting with this Liberty Tana Lawn woven tee. The pattern is my own, available here and I’…
The is the first garment completed in my personal fall wardrobe challenge . I found this denim in my fabric stash (yay getting rid of…
The new version of this dress made from silk crepe de chine. There are a few changes made in this version, namely the sweep of the skirt…
So cute! I had no idea you could use corn starch to stick things to your wall.
So pretty, the fabric and the pattern are great together!
No problem…they will be your new favorite hem!!
I learned this technique from one of our seamstresses at work, Jurata, when she couldn’t believe that I didn’t learn how to do the regular roll hem technique in school. This is the slightly cheate…
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