My biggest studded DIY project ever! I had to shrink a thrifted denim jacket by 5 sizes to create this punky vest. I elongated it using the fabric from the sleeves and I added lots of studs. Do you…
A simple denim grocery bag with one row of cone studs in the front of the bag. Inside there’s a double pocket. I also finished all the edges with a handmade bias tape in navy blue & white stripes….
I used some leftover cotton satin fabric to make this top. I shortened A LOT a tunic pattern from Burda 1/2013 and I put tiny studs on the shoulders. The result made me very happy and I plan on mak…
This is my dress for tomorrow’s New Year’s Eve Party. I used a cotton fabric with a rich baroque print and I combined 3 Burda patterns here: 3/2008, 8/2012 plus an old pencil skirt pattern.
Maybe I should consider this option :)
Thank you so much :)
A summer dress inspired by the 50′s is ready. I used a pattern from Burda 2/2011 and a very strange (!) cotton fabric which changes shape every time I iron it.
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This dress is a result of a fashion recycling which I performed on a dress thrifted last year. Basically, I kept the skirt with the pockets but I unstiched the top and cut it once again and install…
Another floral retro dress using (as always) Burda patterns. The bottom is a pleated skirt from Burda 12/2011 and the top is a part of a dress patern from Burda 9/2007.
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I’ve finished my blue 50′s inspired dress made with the use of a pettern from Burda 11/2007. The pattern is quite simple but I added side pockets in the skirt as a kind of personal touch.
A boxy denim jacket made with a clear purpose of placing 500 cone studs on it. However, I had to change the plans as the cone studs are too heavy and deformed the neckline and eventually I had to t…
A cocoon jacket made for my friend Dorothy.
I used a pattern from Burda 2/2012 and thick cotton supplied by Dorothy. Who knew you can find such fashion forward clothes in Burda magazine?
Tehis color is EPIC :)
OMG UR so nice 2 me :) Thx a lot!!!
Do you mean the flower??? I bought it in H&M :).
Thank you so much :)
Thanks girls for your positive feedback :)
Thank you! The readers of my blog criticised my striped T-shirt underneath a lot and suggested we…
The style is cool and sporty beach wear that can be worn anywhere!
Pattern of the Week
This pencil skirt is perfect for everyday wear! We love it in floral.
This collection will make you shine in front of the camera!
Member Project of the Week
Get inspired by printed floral bustier dress with flounce! It is so summery.
DIY to Try
Make yourself a lovely hair band this spring!
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