The collar is so cute :). I love the picture with your cat!
Thanks :p! I think making the ears was my favourite part
This was made for my sister for her athletics carnival at school. The theme for her school house was ‘red’ so I suggested Mickey Mouse, which is incidentally one of her childhood nicknames.
blush thank you :)
Thanks :D me too! it goes with her colouring nicely
Wow thank you! :D Finishing the dress was really challenging as I’m not very experienced :(
Thank you :) It was a bit awkward to work with as it’s charmeuse satin :/
Thank you :) It was worth the effort in the end :p
I made this dress for my sister’s formal, which was quite an undertaking to say the least!
No pattern was used for this dress (big mistake! at least for me, since I’m still learning…). Rather…
Aw thank you :p I just finished uni so I have lots of time now
I was thinking of making a 50s s…
I love this (especially the collar). I need to make more dresses! :p
Thank you :) that’s sweet of you. This is the first thing I’ve posted here, so I was a little ner…
This set was loosely based on 1930s undergarments – namely, tap pants and chemise tops.
The top was based on a pattern by Megan Nielsen…
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