Thanks! It’s a quick project and was fun to do.
From Burdastyle magazine Feb 2013, top 126. Added some ruching to the hips as it seemed a bit long for me.
I have written about it in the “blog entry”: http://kirtlehomespun.blogspot.co.uk/2013…
Made this simple dress for my son’s toy rabbit. I have since amended the pattern as it wasn’t wide enough at the back.
I have written about it in the “blog entry”: http://kirtlehomespun.blogspo…
That looks great!
Thank you. It’s a long wait for summer, but when it comes I’ll be dressed for it!
Based on gathered blouse 116 from July 2012 issue of Burdastyle magazine.
Decided to use up some cotton lawn from stash – not enough to make this in double layers, nor even to the full length, b…
Thank you, it was fun to make although it did keep me up late into the night to have it ready for…
Sleeveless spider costume with six limbs, to be worn with black long sleeve top (providing the last two limbs) and tights. Made for my 3 year old son.
Discussed in “blog entry” http://kirtlehom…
Thank you! I really enjoyed wearing it.
Blocked felt cocktail hat with velvet flowers on a bound wire stem. I added millinery elastic and stitched the flowers on – they’re quite heavy but the felt has two blocked ridges on the crown, the…
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