Perfect picture! Would LOVE to see more fotos!
I made a skirt from a fabric my sister got me for Christmas last year. I love the colours and the cute buttons. Blogged about here:“http://www.juleforuniquepeople.de/studio/stripes.html”
Thank you for the lovely compliments!
Thank you! Thats so nice to hear!
Thank you! My sister took the fotos, I think she did a great job too! ;)
Vielen Dank! :D
I saw a lovely dress here a couple of months ago, the Burdastyle Member blogged about it on her blog Idle Fancy. Mar…
Thank you! And you´re right! Yellow is perfect for summer! :D
I love summer! I love the colours, yellow fields, poppies, warm wind, eating too much icecream wearing sandals. This year the summer doesnt show up here in Hamburg very often. I got the fabric for …
I made this skirt in spring and never got around posting it. Its a lovely soft linen in a bright blue. Hard to iron, but wonderful to wear. I made it the same way as my paperbag tutorial and just a…
Danke! Bekommt man deinen dann auch hier zu sehen? Da bin ich ja gespannt! :D
I made another pleated skirt. I made it after the Paperbag Skirt Tutorial but this time with a waistband. When I saw this fabric I fell in love with it. Its more of a spring/summer fabric but I wea…
:D haha… better watch out for those pretty curtains, tablerunners and bedsheets… ;)
Thank you so much for the nice comment!
I made another Skirt after my tutorial. This time I made it out of a table runner. I know some of you – just like my mothe…
Thank you very much for your kind comments! I must say I´m pretty proud of this bag, therefore it…
I just bought the pattern now! Been on your blog and LOVE your style and am basically jealous of …
I love the colors and the dress suits you perfectly! I´m jealous about the beautiful fabric! :D
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