Thanks Toni, yes I do! Watcha been up to lately, get home for Christmas?
Very, very nice, Beautiful tailoring. What interfacing did you use? I have just made a pair of w…
Thanks Mary, the last time I wore polka dots I was 4!!!
Hi Marjorie, i reduced the skirt flare by a quarter and didn’t do the pockets on this one. Also, …
Thankyou Liliv :)
Sorry, I added a link to this top from mine by mistake, unfortunately the Burdastyle website won’…
An adaptation of Pixelink’s Kimono sleeve pattern (which appears to have been taken down from this website. Note: I cannot remove the link to the rock’n’roll kimono sleeve pattern for some reason- …
The best Tiramisu (from Cake Patterns) I have made so far (I consider the first two I made failures as the fabric is so awful). I made this polka dotted lovely to wear on New Years Eve and it got s…
Thankyou, it fits her well :)
Thanks Liliv, it is a staple pattern for me now, made my fourth yesterday!
It is a little different to what she normally wears, but she does like thanks :)
Thanks Marjorie, she wore it straight out of the suitcase travelling around New Zealand :)
Thanks for that lovely comment :)
Thanks Marjorie, next time I won’t bother with the back pleat and I will probably do a lapped zip…
Wowee Marjorie, that is specky, just gorgeous!!!
Bebe Dress by Kay Whitt, see my blog for details and more pics.
From a Japanese Pattern Book (see my blog for details).
Linen pants with elasticated waist and pleats at the bottom hems.
This started life as a lovely linen skirt I never wore because it wasn’t comfortable. I turned it upside down and added linen trim, straps and crocheted doily flower and ta da, a wearable, casual d…
These are the dummy run for a pair of business trousers I am making for my partner. My first attempt at welt pockets, not too bad :)
More pics and description on my blog.
Cake Patterns Tiramisu made for my Mum for travelling, fits a treat and doesn’t need ironing.
More details on my blog.
Another Liza top by Jody Pearl Lange, this time for Clare so sized down to fit.
Thanks Liliv, I’m making another one atm :)
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