That’s a first Manequim pattern I used and I must say I am quite happy with the result. It was easy and I didn’t make any adjustments. More detail at http://kalinchenscloset.wordpress.com/2012/07/0…
This was made of rather stiff Ikea fabric, which was not the best choice for this project because of the pleats at the waist. The pattern used is Burda pattern which is very easy and I will try it …
The skirt looks very nice, such an interesting choice of fabric! and goes very well with the blou…
Ah the blouse is very nice, love the fabric pattern! and indeed such a nice set to wear together.
Such a great dress, looks lovely on you!
Lovely fabric, and very nice result!
Looks very nice on you!
Such a great idea! I have the fabric as well, was thinking about using it for cushions – but this…
Very pretty, love it!
A year ago, when I was getting a bit more daring with the types of projects I would start but didn’t want to spend too much on fabrics not knowing what the result would be, I made few garments from…
It looks very nice and classy, love the look!
The dress is really beautiful, the result is worth the double work!
It looks luxurious and comfy at the same time, love it!
It looks gorgeous on you, you should keep wearing it for the next 5 years :)
thank you :) I considered adding full lining afterwards, but it would be too much work unpicking …
that’s a very good idea, I will try that (who care’s what’s underneath, right?) :)
The project is based on Simplicity pattern, and made from vintage wool fabric I got as a gift from my aunt. It’s one of my first projects and even though it’s not perfect, it is good enough and I w…
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