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I made this dress for my niece for her third birthday party. I used Michael Miller fabrics and a Butterick pattern- B5458.
Michael Miller – CX5544 Tropical Island, PC5709 Chic Chevron
I made this dress for work. I used Michael Miller fabric- CX6047 Spice Route in Magenta.
I used a pattern from Violette Field Threads (I LOVE this pattern company!!)
I’ve been MIA for a while.. but I’m back and I have a bunch of projects that I’ve sewn in the last year!
I made my wedding dress over the course of a few months and here’s the final product. I …
I made this note card holder out of fabric that I bought at the City Quilter in NYC. It has a button closure and three pockets on the inside for handmade, matching note cards.
I used a heavy …
What a wonderful dress! Great job… love it.
I think this pattern would make a really beautiful formal dress! You should definitely post pic…
Love it! Great job… Love your blog as well!
Amazing work! It’s really beautiful!
so cute for summer!! I love it!
I used a pattern and instructions from the book, Thread & Bobbin, (again) to make this tote. This time I used a floral/ca…
Oh I love this blouse!! Great job!
I think the shape is great! And you used the perfect amount of gathering!
Love it. Great fabric too!!
I love your design!! Great job!
Perfect fit. Love it!
Really love these!! Great job!
Hmmm… not sure. I thought that It might make a nice tote for the beach…
Very cute and simple. Great use of your scraps! Loved your blog as well…
Great job. Love your choice of fabric!
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The interfacing that I used was really stiff and it had an iron-on adhe…
I used a heavyweight cotton plaid to build this tote bag. It’s lined with a navy and white cotton polka dot fabric and it has a large inner pocket. The bag fastens with a magnetic closure and it …
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