Thank you, rita61!
Thanks!! It fits her very well and I think it keeps her warm.
Hehe it wasn’t actually my intention to put these girly buttons, but the woman at the store talke…
Thank you! Let’s see if I get bored of the print…
A very easy project! Thanks!
Thanks, it is a very easy project!
Thank you! :)
How many Renfrews are enough? I don’t know the answer, since this is the perfect pattern to play with and try some alterations. For now, I stick to the original instructions. This is view C with lo…
There is a great tutorial on Innocentia’s website. Easy to follow, perfect for beginners willing to learn new techniques. I added the snap buttons to make it easier to sew.
This is my first attempt at the Mademoissle Coat by Mani Mina, but I used just corduroy and cotton because it was used in autumn. It is too short if you want it to be a coat, I think.
This is the Mademoiselle Coat by Mani Mina, with some alterations. I added a hood and made it longer, because my 16-month-old daughter is quite tall and I think the original size was too short (bas…
Thanks a lot! I love this book, the patterns are simple, elegant and easy to sew.
Thank you. The sleeves are very Japenese, I think.
This is Stylish Dress Book pattern Z, but a little bit altered. It turned out to be too wide because I forgot that seam allowances were included… anyway, I added a couple of pleats and I can wear…
thanks a lot!! I’ll try it!
Hi aceshey18! I love this dress and the other two versions you’ve posted. I am thinking of doing …
Danke, Pascale! I also live in Baden and didn’t know about Frau Meise, but now I will definitely …
I love it! It fits you perfectly.
This blouse is VERY beautiful!
Ist das der Roland in Bremen? :)
Ich finde dieses Kleid wunderschön, gratuliere!
Thanks a lot, it works really well and your explanation is very easy.
Did you shorten the sleeves? I made this blouse and my sleeves look huge, so I never wear it, but…
She looks super cute indeed :) Both of you!
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