Me too… I usually find that the UFO is easy to finish and I wonder why I put it aside in the f…
Thanks so much! :)
Not only are the dresses beautiful, I love your photos too. They look like so perfect, like they’…
I was going through my stash when I spotted a UFO (UnFinished Object) – this dress, which I started in 2009. It’s made from Burdastyle’s “Mila” pattern. I’m particularly proud of how well the print…
This looks so professional and I love the treble clefs!
This dress turned out beautifully! What pattern is it?
I love the contrasting leather neckline. Very chic!
I love how you used the solid and the floral print. This turned out really cute!
Thanks! It’s pretty satisfying getting something out of leftovers :)
This project started out as a maxi dress, but I had fitting problems and ended up making it into a skirt. But it hasn’t gotten much wear because I feel like I’m in a Victorian costume when I wear i…
Thank you so much!
I made this skirt from a beautiful but scratchy cotton that I picked up at “Berger Stoffe” store in Berlin. I didn’t use a pattern; I was working from scraps, so I just used my measurements to sque…
So elegant! I love the sweetheart neckline and the bow. What pattern did you use?
This looks perfect for the summer! I love the design and your choice of fabric, and I agree with …
This is so pretty!
This is really pretty and romantic :)
Love the color! The cuffs are genius. I’m always dragging the sleeves of my robe through things a…
Great fit! I love the details, like the double seams at the sides on the legs. These look really …
I love the color of these! I’m a sucker for wide-legged trousers :)
Thanks, I’m glad you like the change :)
Thank you so much!
This is too funny! And genius! I love it!
Here’s a dress refashioned for my sister from an old 1960s housedress. We used Vogue 1004 as the base pattern and designed our own neckline. It buttons up the back with flower-shaped buttons from t…
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