Princess look for a masculine fabric
This is an upcycling I’ve made for a contest. If you like the transformation, you can vote for me on the dedicated website.
A linen pantsuit with a short vest and a high waist trousers. bias binding inside
a two-pieces in linen, a rather classical look with a easy breezy touch for the skirt
love both models!
very nice and shaby, well done
a springy summery printed coton look
the second part of the trousers tutorials shows how to adapt the pattern to your morphology
a second version sporty chic
the first part of a tutorial showing how to draft a made-to-measure pattern from scratch
I wanted a nice and shabby coat, but light and fluid
a man shirt refashion
linen and suede summer man jacket
refashioning a classic dress by cutting out the collar
simple two panels leather skirt with raw hem
a skirt made of furnishing fabric
How to transform a large pleated sweater into a cape
simple cut but awfully complex to sew
a method extracted from Teresa Gilewska pattern making book
the full text is here: http://en.inthemoodforcouture.com/how-to-draw-the-pattern-for-a-raglan-sleeve/
fitted, curved waist coat with two or three ranges of buttons
watch out here the step-by-step tutorial:
simple, straight, patternless skirt
simple yet effective transformation: by cutting the sleeves and turning the jacket upside down.
Sewing panels instead of sleeves
You can find here all the steps for building a custom shawl collar. With plenty of drawings
a wrap dress in wool jersey
simple refashion project: taking one large man shirt and transforming into a destructured one. no straps
simple coat with underlining.
simple 3-holes dress with a sweater made in the same fabric
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