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Good luck. Can’t wait to see your version!
This looks really good for a self drafted cape!
This is really lovely and look comfy!
Wow, you did it again! Such a stylish dress!
It doesn’t feel like winter, does it?!
Well… I did wear it at work that day!!! No harm was done. Life is too short!!
Thank you, Ellen. And it is all for myself. So I can enjoy it :-)
Thank you so much!
Such a simple project, and so effective!
I have followed, broadly, pattern 105 in Burda Style Magazine 09/2013.
I purchased the September issue abroad, whilst on holidays & under the August h…
Thanks, Ellen. Simplistic & practical.
Burdastyle, I believe this needs to be removed asap
Love this, too. Very inspired colour! I made that type of skirt to go with one of the tops I made…
Really, really good fit. Love the herringbone fabric and the understated colour in contrast with …
Having tried it on, it feels really strange to wear. It is weightless (apart from the trimmings),…
Interesting to work with, too (the fabric)
Thanks, Mary x
Simple black gathered jersey dress with free waist to fit all sizes.
Constructed with broderie anglaise top and fox cutout from different broderie anglaise fabric.
Fun and easy to wear
You are toooo sweet xx
The top was constructed based on pattern 114 from Burda Style Magazine issue 4/2011.
Like the previous top, it was a challenge from a client. She showed me these genuine vintage maps and asked m…
The top was constructed based on pattern 102 of Burda Style Magazine 5/2011.
I have added aqua bias binding, aqua sequins (hand applied) and vintage look lace.
The material is a genuine mil…
Janene, no, I haven’t changed anything.. gathered to what it says on the pattern!!
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