I sewed this dress, Butterick 5882, designed by Gertie, to wear to a close friend’s wedding. :)
Made this dress, Butterick 5030, for one of my oldest friends to wear at her wedding rehearsal lunch! It was a bit nerve wracking to sew for another person, but the dress turned out pretty well. …
That’s high praise! I am a big fan of Joan. :) Thanks for the compliment. :)
Thank you! :) I really think this silhouette just begs to be red… ;)
This is Butterick 5814, designed by Gertie (AKA Gretchen Hirsch). I cut a size 14 and made it up in a poly satin with a poly pongee lining/underlining. If you make this dress, use a much drapier …
That fabric sounds beautiful! I’m not sure which presser foot you’re referring to. What part of…
Aww, thanks. :)
Thank you, and happy belated 30th to you! :)
That’s very sweet of you – thank you!
I bought this fabric, and made this dress, for a blogging festival of sorts, called Jungle January, run by Anne of Pretty Grievances (her blog is http://prttynpnk.wordpress.com Check out all of her…
I love it! Beautiful fit and wonderful craftsmanship. Especially like the exterior pockets you …
Beautiful cut, design, color…so graceful!
Thanks for the birthday wishes and the kind compliments. :)
Thank you very much. :)
Thank you. :)
Aww, shucks…thank you. I’m in the midwest US, so stealing may require some extensive travel on…
My 12/2011 #107, with V shaped modesty panel and hand-picked lapped zipper. I shortened it 5" (after lengthening the bodice 2.5" for my bust + FBA), applied a 1/2" swayback adjustment, and instead…
Beautiful! I’m making this dress at the moment, and it’s quite scandalous in the neckline. Did yo…
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