Thanks – I used Simplicity 2177, although had afew issues along the way so the centre front dart …
I made this dress from some lovely fabric I got free at a swap. It wasn’t the smoothest make ever, but I really like the final product. You can read more about it and see more pictures on "my blog…
Thank you! She is very thoughtful indeed x
A pupil in my class gave me a metre of this lovely fabric as an end of year gift.
Here’s what I made with it – you can see more on my blog-…
After doing very little sewing for myself recently, I was desperate to make something quick and easy. I’ve had this fabric in my stash for ages and made a dress from it a while ago. I’ve always kno…
Here’s a dress I lovingly made as my very first commission – you can read more about it and see more pictures on my blog
This is a dress I quite literally dreamt up!
You can read more about it on my blog
Thank you x
Thanks, yes it did take a while!! There are more details on blog if you’re interested x
Thanks, I think so – especially down the back x
I love this dress! It started with the bodice of a vintage pattern – Simplicity 5954, but I altered it quite considerably.
I tried to line up the pattern in the middle and chose a line that wou…
I have to admit that this skirt put me in a bit of a sewing funk. I wanted to share it with you anyway – not just for the skirt itself, but also because the sun was shining so much that I could ta…
Thank you – yes I agree, I wouldn’t want them up as curtains!!
This is a very eco-friendly dress as I made it from some old curtains. Wahoo.
It has a high boat neck and low scooped back. The dress fastens with a centre back zip and button and the bodice is …
I had a bit of a disaster this week – I attempted to take in a dress and it went horribly wrong. However – there was a silver lining… I needed lining fabric for this dress and because I liked the…
Thanks – I love it too!
Made using Dixie DIY’s two piece tunic. See more details and info on my blog. http://dreamingofavonlea.wordpress.com/2013/03/17/an-option-for-hawaii/
My Mad Men dress for Julia Bobbin’s Challenge. Check out my blog for more details and pictures http://dreamingofavonlea.wordpress.com/
Aah I love this – this pattern is amazing and I never thought of wearing it with a vest underneat…
That’s beautiful, I love the lace neckline!
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