Brilliant. I hope you got a perfect grade.
I kind of want one too.
My husband is a musician and he wanted a special jacket for a show he was playing a few weeks ago. I used a self drafted pattern, and my favorite detail is that I made the piping as well.
One last costume for a friend of mine. It was pretty simple, just a dress and a cape.
I made this costume for my friend Jessie. It is a blouse, skirt, and lace-up corset. I used scraps and a self-drafted pattern.
Basically, you just cut the right side wider past the center front line. and then fold it four ti…
This is another outfit I did for my niece. It is a basic dress with matching cardigan. I used vintage polyester for the dress.
I made two, so I’m having a giveaway for the second HERE…
Thanks! oh, and thank you for the curse as well.
Awesome. I love the neckline trim.
My niece has come to stay with me for a week, so I made her a bunch of new outfits. First, is a jumper made from vintage knit. It has front pockets and buttons.
I’ve been wanting a Sherlock Holmes blouse ever since I saw the movie. I used a self-drafted pattern and vintage cotton. The special details include a Nehru collar, cuffed sleeves, and a hidden-but…
Thank you so much! I really appreciate your kind words.
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