Thanks, I’ve just been commissioned to make another dress from it, it’s just so pretty!
Thank you, I did muslin it up quite a lot!
Thanks – I hope so!
Oo I didn’t see that I was featured, that’s so exciting! Thanks for the comment!
Thanks – I like the neck line too!
Thank you! Yes of course, which bit in particular are you struggling with?
This is my entry for the Sew Dolly Clackett competition being hosted by Rhinestones and Telephones.
Last weekend I updated this skirt. I made it about a year and a half ago and I have worn it quite regularly since. Admittedly this has mostly been as part of my school wardrobe aka my ‘not quite go…
Thank you! x
1. Is going to be my entry for Julia Bobbin’s Mad Men Challenge – isn’t it so Betty inspired?
2. Is inspired by Blair Waldorf – planning a Blair off with a friend soon.
3. Uses hoo…
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Thanks, unfortunately it’s a bit big, but it makes it nice and casual! x
Thank you x
Thanks – yes I did. You can read all about it here http://dreamingofavonlea.wordpress.com/2014/02…
You should do it! It’s a simple, but effective (free!!) pattern x
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Thanks – I love the colour and the brightness too! x
Simply put, this is the Marie skirt made from an old curtain, which I bleached and re-dyed and a remade dress into a stretch version of Grainlines hemlock tee.
You can read more about both piec…
All about the SKIRT:
A simple, but classic shape. This skirt is made from mustard stripe cotton. Vertical stripes on the skirt are contrasted with horizontal stripes on the waistband. The skirt fa…
So simple and yet so satisfying – a quick circle skirt.
You can read all about it and see more photos on my blog
So, I gave Pauline Alice’s Cami Pattern another try recently. Last time I made it, something mysterious happened and the dress, which I had so carefully muslined, turned out far too small. This tim…
I made this shirt from Pauline Alice’s cami shirt dress pattern. I wish it fit me, but unfortunately it’s too small so it’s for sale on etsy…
I love this dress. It doesn’t fit perfectly, but the fabric is so soft and pretty that I don’t even care.
You can read more about it and see more pictures on my blog….
Hit the city streets in adventurous looks with utilitarian details like cargo pockets and belts.
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