Corduroy overalls for my toddler-baby. I drafted the pattern using a sleeper to estimate the size and shape needed, made a muslin to check the fit, and then cut the cord. I lined the lower 4" of th…
I whipped this dress up in one evening, from start to finish. I drafted the pattern directly onto the yard goods (I like to live dangerously) and cannot remember the math I used to draft the pieces…
Sweet! And how’s this for synchronicity: the project posted right before this is a t-shirt made f…
Perfect colour: the fabric works wonderfully for this shape.
Cute! And how have I sewn this long without knowing there is such a thing as a bias binder foot? …
Very cool! I love it.
Beautiful! Very flattering. You’ve styled it fabulously, too, with the volume to your hair, the h…
Thank you! I wish I’d bought more of the fabric, it’s so cheerful.
Thank you! I was just so happy to dress her in not pink.
Thanks! Smocking is such a neat way to add elasticity, isn’t it?
It’s lovely to not only have heirlooms but to actually produce them, isn’t it?
Thank you so much!
Thank you: we’re quite smitten with her! :)
What a neat design! I’m a big fan of the “deprive the designer of mega-bucks” design mode (I’ve m…
This is wonderful! And the colour!!! Oh my word, it’s perfection.
Aw, your lovely dress makes me miss my bump (she’s 2.5 months old, now)! If we have another baby,…
This dress is so sweet but not cutesy: it’s just fabulous. The jersey looks like a perfect choice…
This looks as comfy as pyjamas but stylish enough to wear out to dinner. Beautifully done!
Lovely! The colour is perfect, too.
Lovely! This skirt has caused me to have a colour-crush on purple, too.
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