NEW BurdaStyle
Best of Blogging List!

Subscribe to our FREE digital newsletter and
receive the new Top 50 Bloggers List for
sewing, fashion and craft enthusiasts!



finished with my what?!...







  1. Sign in to add a post

25 January

  • Bttn_avatar_large

    Jan 25, 2010, 09.43 AMby bttn

    Thank you for your nice comment on my Freezing Liz blouse! I like your Kasia skirt very much!

3 December

  • Emilykate_large

    Dec 3, 2008, 06.39 AMby emilykate

    Hi there kallers! thanks for your nice comments on my Alice + Olivia pants… I can’t wait to see your version :o)

18 June

  • Avatar3_large

    Jun 18, 2008, 08.25 AMby carottesauvage

    Hey Kallers! Thank you very much for your comment on my JJ top. Keep up the great work!

12 June

  • 9ed4dd1a110655fe0f10c449eb3c3feaf70ba0c4_large

    Jun 12, 2008, 09.19 PMby maldrich

    I really enjoyed making the Alabama Stitch corset and I think you will too. I freehanded the daisy design without a stencil which I wouldn’t recommend unless you are doing a simple thing like daisies. I also bound the edges without using a “stretchable stitch” because I didn’t feel like those areas needed stretch. My only other advice might be to raise the neckline a little bit. I had to wear a camisole underneath it to keep from showing massive amounts of cleavage and I don’t have a whole lot of cleavage to begin with! Good luck! I look forward to seeing your results!

21 December

  • 953791a9ccc1cf47063169b887f9865869746a25_large

    Dec 21, 2007, 01.00 AMby jeffrey

    thanks for the positive feed back. In general I just made sure to measure my size compared to the pattern (which I printed out). So for example my shirt extends far longer than the patterns longest length. But being as skinny as I am, I was within the width of the pattern. Lydia has curvy sides, which men don’t need, so you can take a straight line from the arm pit to the bottom of the shirt, or just soften the curve a bit. Also the collar is to deep for any self respecting man so copy the shape of a T shirt collar for the front (you can keep the shape of the back, I did). The sleeves from the pattern are unisex as far as I can tell.

20 December

  • F708b828ff4de7f20f1d12321273f3105c1a8b0d_large

    Dec 20, 2007, 08.35 PMby lcavagnolo

    I just wanted to say that I love your Laura dress. The pattern is fantastic!

    I read in your profile that you’re an astronomer. Do you have a specialty?

6 December

  • 1101thumb2_large

    Dec 6, 2007, 02.47 AMby yoshimi

    Oh, I’ve forgotten what you mentioned above in your profile! Sorry for suggesting to buy a new fabric… But if I can say, I think it is not that bad to purchase new/recycled fabrics for own clothes. Because it takes ages to sew a cloth, we can’t consume too many clothes, anyway. It always makes me think of what is really needed to me. I can be very cautious about what I am going to do (in the meaning of having new clothes). I hope what I wrote is understandable… I am a so-called “ecologist” and am fairly against the world globalism, so I think I know how you feel about THE consumerism.

5 December

  • 1101thumb2_large

    Dec 5, 2007, 11.53 PMby yoshimi

    Hi Kallers, thank you for posting the comment on the leopard sarah. About “where”…I didn’t know that I was about to confess my cheating! ;) I really wanted that kind of fabric for a while but I couldn’t find the one. So I moaned a lot, then one of my best friends kindly gifted me this leopard from her pile of stash. You can try the same but nobody would be sure the result… Anyhow, I know your situation very well. I buy all fabrics from the internet fabric stores. I would look for the one on the internet stores. I remember that there is a topic (Cool Fabric…? don’t remember the exact title) in the forum about the internet stores. It might help you. I hope you’ll find a lovely fabric for Sarah!

28 October

  • Missing

    Oct 28, 2007, 03.17 AMby melutopia

    Great job on the western shirt! What a great find – that vintage pattern worked well ;-)