I made this simple wrap top using a vintage 1980’s simplicity wrap top pattern (the pattern # escapes me now) and some additions and alterations of my own. The fabric is a vintage 1960’s cotton/pol…
Made with Anna Maria Horner’s “Field STudy #4” linen and a combination of New Look #6902 and New Look #6696. More on my blog here: http://palindromedrygoods.blogspot.com/2013/06/feathers.html
Beautifully done, one handed and all! These are just adorable.
I am graduating from college in May and have many fun parties and celebrations to attend. I made this dress with Butterick 6582, a vintage cotton/poly voile. 100% pima cotton (as the lining), fun o…
I made this dress using a wool/poly blend and a wool gabardine. I used a Colette “Hazel” pattern and it fits my sisters to a tee! I would highly recommend this pattern, it was so simple and came to…
This is so sweet. I love your fabric choices.
I love the fabric choices, and it looks splendid on you!
I made this dress for an art gallery showing that my mom, sisters and I were entered in. I sewed a simple, fitted, muslin dress as a base and then hand sewed different textured pieces of paper to t…
Obviously, I love making pillowcases. I get to use great combinations of fabric and I can whip them out pretty darn fast now. Some of the fabrics are vintage, but mostly they are new. All of these …
I love them! They fit fantastic. I’ve always wanted to make myself jeans but i’ve been too intimi…
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This timeless style ties at the back and looks stunning at formal events
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