I love the shape your created with all the changes to that peplum pattern.
I would love it if these patterns came in sizes in the 150s. The styles would be great for a 10 …
That is a great idea! That way I would not be as self-conscious but would still be able to wear it.
I used B Line 6362, an older but maybe not quite vintage pattern of a loose fitting vest. Blogged @ Sew Cool for the Tween Scene…
a flowing blouse and mini skirt. Blogged @ Without Directions
It is super easy. It only took an afternoon.
This pattern is a fun way to make a casual blouse. I blogged about it at Without Directions
This dress is a simple version of the burdastyle wrap dress made of cotton sateen and lined w/ muslin. I blogged about it at Without Directions…
I made this normally casual pull-over with a knit that has tiny swirls of sequins. I did change the pattern just a little bit by adding a band at the neckline and hem. Blogged at "Without Directi…
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