Extremely lovely hand work on your dress. It truly is like an ethereal dream.
I have used Butterick #P410 1952 dress pattern before, so when I saw the Sugar Skulls fabric I KNEW it would be perfect. As with some projects, I bought the fabric, laid out the pattern and put it…
gorgeous! I love the back cut out.
really cool, and zippers give me H… on projects too! The fit is fantastic!
You absolutely “own” the look. It is amazingly fun and approachable with the fabric selections.
Very classy, with a wink of smoking hot style!
Very sweet dress!
Wow! Fun and sexy!
My favorite boring grey wool coat needed something for it to stand out. I found a full card of trim for .99 Cents and buttons for $1.00 at my local thrift stores. I hand sewed the trim and butto…
So super fun!
Fantastic looking day to party dress!
I wanted an owl skirt, but wanted it to be more grown up with a bit of kitch. I used an a-line skirt pattern by New Look #6410. I added pockets from an original vintage 1960’s pattern by Butteri…
My sewing machine just made a new best friend thanks to the home computer. While sewing crushed …
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