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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Sewing & Techniques
See how Meg made this edgy dress using the Janome Artistic Edge Digital Cutter!
No need to go outside… spend the morning in dolled up in this collection of vintage style pajamas.
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