Ah thank you. That comment has made my day :-)
Thanks – I’d been saving it for something special!
Anthropologie inspired dress with low scoop front, cap sleeves and front in seam pockets.
Read more and see more pictures on my blog-…
First deer and doe sureau in vintage fabric.
See many more pics on my blog
Another one from the vintage suitcase haul.
This was originally a shapeless smock, but now is a much more modern dress!
See what it was like originally on my blog….
I recently received a suitcase of vintage fabric and some home made dresses (yes I was in heaven).
Here’s one of the dresses that I up cycled to be a bit more wearable.
You can see the origi…
The next in a 2 part series of men’s shirts made into shirt dresses.
This started life as a shirt I made, which I have since hacked into and joined to a simple pleated circle skirt. I think it …
Yes I definitely know what you mean – I think that’s why I get so nervous remaking things because…
Thanks – I hope you do, i think it’s a very flattering shape, you’ll have to share pics when you do!
Thank you – I’m so pleased she did – it’s nice to have a piece of family history!
As you can imagine, there is quite a tale behind this transformation. If you’d like to read it or to see more pictures, then check out my blog…
I loved this shirt in the men’s department of next, but wouldn’t wear it as it was, so I up cycled it into this dress. Read the full story and see more pictures on my blog…
My latest commission
A very floaty, girly dress with swallow print on the fabric and circular floaty sleeves – tutorial and more pictures on my blog…
I remade a vintage dress from my mum into a very cute sorbetto for a friend.
You can see more pictures (including the original dress) and read more about it on my blog…
Thank you. I pretty much made 2 dresses and then sewed them right sides together at the armholes …
Thanks – that’s such a good tag line!
Meg's Magazine Mash Up 2014
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