Not sewing, because, in theory, I am an academic. Sigh.
Yessss! More goth, grunge, and punk, please!
I drafted a pattern off a castoff shirt of my husband’s. It is a dress shirt for any professional situation, with details at the cuffs and collar, but not so dressy that it will look out of place i…
Definitely one of my favourites so far.
Okay, great, I love the idea of making sports clothes, but finding appropriate fabric is a bit ha…
Oh man, the boxing gloves are soooooooo cute! Thanks, I too appreciate the men’s stuff, keep it c…
There has been a lot of criticism of the plus size patterns that Burda posts, and I must say, I d…
Thanks! I must admit, though, that I find the thought of figuring out how to post a pattern a bit…
I drafted a pattern from an existing shirt and remade it using a more glamorous fabric. This sparkly knit makes the shirt a bit more fancy, but not so formal that it can`t be worn pretty much anywh…
I took the wrap shirt pattern featured a few months ago and added a pencil skirt bottom to make it a close-fitting dress with a 1940s flavour. It was made out of printed knit lycra (top) and stretc…
Break out the floral prints for this 1940s inspired spring collection.
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Pattern of the Week
Hippie meets grunge in this plaid top with flared sleeves and a round neckline.
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