A lovey tartan circle skirt that I spent time and patience putting together. Here’s just a bit of info about the general designing and construction if you’re interested.
I started with a mini mo…
Wow – just wow – that’s some superb craftsmanship! It looks beautiful!
Thanks – I just wanted to do something a bit different, but not over the top x
Thanks! I like it too!
Thank you – it’s obviously a good choice of fabric lol! x
Thank you – I agree, linings all the way!
Thank you – that’s exactly what I thought!
So – I had lots of new sewing books for Christmas and one of them was Burdastyle’s Sewing Vintage Modern. How convenient then that there’s a competition to make a dress from the book using or adapt…
Hi there, I get most of my fabric from shops on city road, cardiff http://www.yelp.co.uk/biz/cali…
That’s stunning – what fun fabric and it looks so neatly finished! x
Ah what a lovely comment, thank you so much. I’ll definitely look in to it. I’ve recently been th…
I don’t I’m afraid. Any reason why? Love the new dress btw! xxx
This dress has been in my mind, on the tip of my tongue for a long time. At least I’ve had some ideas to make a reversible dress and to use tie-dye in a dress for ages. As the title suggests it cam…
This is lovely, did you make the collar? It’s perfect!
A very simple dress I made for my mum, same pattern as the Lisa dress I just posted. I pleated the front bodice and sewed down the pleats. I always find it easier to pleat a section on fabric first…
Twists on feminine classics, like a bold patterned shift dress and pants with a racing stripe.
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