This is view D of a Burda pattern (Burda Young 7051), of which I’ve already made view B.
I was happy with the fit of B so I thought I wouldn’t have to alter the pattern of D much. Boy, was I wron…
This is my nursing version of the classic Sorbetto, by Colette patterns. I inserted an invisible zip just behind the right side of the front pleat. Really easy and you can’t see it at all! You just…
thanks! I still have a panel left and am wondering what to do with it :-)
I copied a store bought batwing shirt.
The front is a woven polyester and the back is a knit.
I made cuffs for the arms and used self made bias binding for the neckline. That was my only mistake…
This is a sort of top, Burda 5160 Super easy! Who wouldn’t want a super easy top?! I know I did!
I changed the pattern quite a bit to fit in with my wardrobe and not to make people want to send m…
thank you :-)
I think so too :-) Thanks!
I must admit that I really like this Laurel. I was a bit apprehensive at first, Laurel is not the kind of dress I usually wear. I like rather tight fitting clothes and that’s not what Laurel is ab…
thanks! And I guess I’m indeed a colour maniac ;-)
Thanks! ! I don’t have a serger so I rarely sew with knits but this one was really worth it!
I made a dress with some red in it, to celebrate fall. It’s one of my first knit garments, but it’s a very stable knit and I didn’t encounter a lot of issues while sewing this.
The pattern is Sim…
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