My husband says I look like an Easter egg!
I made this for my birthday. Lemon yellow rayon, lined with blush rayon. Self-drafted pattern.
more on my blog: http://madebyjulianne.com/zigzag-dress/
Matmos is the evil goo from Barbarella, and it looks like this.
Rayon fabric, vintage pattern
blogged here: http://madebyjulianne.com/matmos-dress/
Chloe dress by Victory Patterns
The pattern was very easy to construct and fit. I cut a size 10, but wound up tapering to an 8 at the top. Other alterations include: re-drafted sleeve pieces, ta…
It’s a small muumuu.
Made from vintage Hawaiian cotton, and I couldn’t resist the orange silk.
Made with a vintage pattern, with lots of alterations
on my blog: http://madebyjulianne.com/?p=4898
I like these designs, but I don’t understand why many of the photos don’t really show the garment…
This hand-made tie dye looks like a cotton candy nebula, which is exactly what I wanted. The only material purchased for this dress was the pattern ($5.40) and the zipper (~$3). Stash busted!
This dress pattern is designed for striped jersey, and except for the contrast bands, the dress is all one piece. The back, sleeves, and front piece is shaped sort of like a Y, and the only seams a…
I made them myself! I’ll be posting about them on my blog soon…
I made this shirt this weekend for the Animal Collective show at the Hollywood Bowl. It was awesome: they rocked and I rocked with them.
see more photos and words on my blog: http://madebyjulia…
It’s a simple pull-over sweater dress, perfect for the occasional chilly day in Venice CA. I used my own pattern.
mini-blog post: http://madebyjulianne.com/?p=3299
You said you got the pattern from Burda; which pattern was it? I love this dress!
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