It’s a perfect summer project. To make these shorts I used a Burda Style members’ pattern.
It’s a simple wrap-up tulip skirt in mini version :-)
It’s a last summer days outfit made of black top and red hi-lo maxi skirt ;-)
It’s a quick and easy girls’ dress for hot summer days.
One pattern includes three types of pants lenght: long, capris and shorts. See the tutorial here
Follow the istructions in my tutorial here
Well, it’s a piece of bed sheet ;-)
Thanks! Will you believe me if I say it’s a cotton bed sheet?
It’s a summer sewing experiment, but can easly be a nice wearable tunic :-) See more on my blog
Thank you so much! I always try to make things the best I can :-)
Fresh and breezy project for warm days. Casual style makes your little gal really comfy :-)
See more on my blog
It’s a simple and cute project for spring :-) More on my blog
Thanks :-) I spent ages in online and stationary fabric shops to pick the right shade ;-)
Thank you :-) It took me some time to make it fit properly :-)
Heart-shaped sleeveless dress with a pencil bottom, from a pattern combined of 3 different pieces ;-)
I’m glad You like it :-)
Thank You kindly :-) I’m sure your version will be even more adorable :-)
You very welcome :-)
Casual, simple and unisex shorts :-)
This project is multipurpose because of the pattern – you may use it to sew long-leged pants, capris and shorts. And it’s unisex ;-)
Before cutting the pattern, reduce the margines to 0.
It’a a tunic for any celebrations you like. Depends on ocassion, it can be worn with more or less formal clothes. The simplicity and elegance are definitely tunic’s assets.
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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Learn how to use your bodice sloper to draft this popular collar style
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