)) Thank you – it’s a really good fit pattern
I like Stella Maccartney’s clothing very much. So when I saw this coat in Burda 10/2013 #103, I knew I had to make it. I used Cashmere with Wool fabric and ended up making 2 coats)))
A client came to me and she wanted a skirt white and fluffy. So I took white cotton sewed a skirt as a base, and then cut out 750 circles from the same material, folded and sewed one after another….
Gosh. I just loooove all your works
My client needed a dress for a corporate party. When she came with the idea of seethrough lace dress I asked about 5 times if she wanted lining under. She didn’t. So I made the dress using elastic …
My friend brought very nice cartoonish fabric – so we made a 3/4 skirt straght away. It’s an eye catch!
My friend brought this funny fabric with m&m’s stamps on it. There wasn’t much of it – so I straight away thought of making a skirt with suspenders! It took 1 hour to make.
This is very nice!
Thank you all! The wedding went well – photoes are coming
Hi – I made a pattern with muslin rag draped on a mannequin – then I transferred it to the tiffan…
This is the most beautifull work Ive seen here
I made this overall for my client, using tight cotton. I took pattern from Burda 2/2013 #124.
My client oredered a dress to go to a wedding. There was one condition bride made for all the guests – everyone had t wear a tiffany colour. So I designed it myself and used cotton material for it.
I made this dress for a client. She wanted a simple dress to wear to office. I convinced her to shoose a bright colour. I designed it all my self.
This is perfect!
Thank you very much everyone – I must say it’s an eye catch!
Hey Mary thank you!
This dress was made by me using Burda 3/2013 #115 pattern to make the top part. Just added a short skirt. I used organza with lining.
Try out menswear inspired wardrobe staples, like unconventional jackets and high waisted pants.
Find full size patterns for these, and other gorgeous styles in the spring issue!
Meg's Magazine Mash Up!
Check out Meg's latest mash up of our Princess Seam Top, and see how she made it into a dress!
Member Project of the Week
Kelerabeus modified our Wool Shorts pattern with adorable scalloped edges.
Check out this step-by-step on sewing our edgy, asymmetrical, paneled dress!
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