love it! I think i might give it a try :D
oh my goodness, cute overload!
not exactly a sewn project, but i am really proud of my first knitted sweater. pattern bought here:
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an adjustable dressform would be great!! not sure if this belongs to the “notion” catagory, but a…
This coat is made using the burda 03/2010 coat 101A pattern. However, I wanted it to be more of a cocoon shape instead of flaring out. So I simply took the side seams in smoothly on the bottom, als…
I had gotten some really cheap knit material from Hancock a while back. It is this weird T-shirt material with stripes, except the stripe is not horizontal, or vertical, or even 45 degrees to the s…
just preordered mine! cant wait to read it in my hands! :)
I based the pattern off burda magazine 02/2010/coat126, as it is a coat without any darts or curves. All I needed to do is do some alteration to the back piece and add the hoodie + flaps . I cut th…
this dress is awesome! i love it when a dress can transform :)
lol, hilarious! :D
so cute! i love the way you used the stripes!
thank you! :D i did draft the pattern myself :) i have a special affliction for linings wool with…
wow, very impressive techniques indeed! love it!
I had this dirty green shetland wool in my stash since earlier this year, and that wool is pretty thin so its perfect for a mini dress. I drafted my own pattern, and used elastics in the back inste…
cant wait! i will be buying this book as soon as its out!
wow! so cute! if i wasnt almost done with my pregnancy id make this up in a heartbeat!
omg you guys are adorable :D:D <3 !!!
yes yes! i made it with wearing it after in mind, also very good for breastfeeding!
i LOVE the dress! great use of the pattern magic detail :D now i want to make one~
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