From Lekala pattern 4150 and embroidered with my own pattern
A faux- wrap dress ( pattern drafted by me) in a printed denim.
I made this dress from Lekala 5191, with a lot of alterations. I perforated and embroidered the neck opening
A pattern from rpublique du chiffon, a young french pattern designer.
Made in linen and hand embroidered
Model wardrobe basic Ottobre 2013/5
A mix between a lot of japanese models from the wonderful book Simple Chic ( you can find the details on my blog http://lathelize.blogspot.com)
Far from the japanese book my black and white clothes. I opened the back
From the sweet wardrobe japanese book. I added some sleeves
A self drafted jacket in a black jersey, something between a spencer and a jacket Mao
From the Maria denmark Onion pattern 1031, and altered a lot.
From the cover dress of the japanese book my favorite black clothes
A melange of different japanese patterns ( dress 17/top 3 of Every day hauts et camisoles) + personal alterations to make a fake wrap around. A personal pattern for embroidery inspired by Alabama C…
I drafted a special pattern for my summer dress.
From a french pattern designer, Vanessa Pouzet.
A very nice, well-fitting, jean from a sew liberated patten. The perfect “first sewn pants” pattern!
It’s a elasticized waist jean, very easy to sew and so comfy!
A skirt from the famous japanese book lisette.
A skirt, from Ottobre 6/2009, originally a girl pattern.
A basic tee shirt that fits very well from a french book Mes indispensables en maille
My first Alabama Chanin’s project is a jacket. It was a real pleasure to embroider it. It’s the perfect jacket in any occasion
As the title said, it’s just a little black skirt made of jersey
I wanted to try the danish sewing patterns Onion. Here is my first attempt.
From a japanese pattern ( dress N Stylish dress book III), with alterations
Airelle, a deer & doe pattern, in a stripy shiny fabric
Never enough stripes is one of my motto. Here a top sewn from a japanese model ( model 4 – book every day hauts et camisoles) with a lot of alterations
A white bouse with a long collar. Started from a japanese pattern then altered.
A very nice skirt from a personal pattern : high waist, few pleats and big pockets!
I didn’t have a denim shirt. So I sew a denim shirt from a japanese book “shirt, skirt & pants”. And I refashion one of my husband suit pants to make a mini skirt.
I sew a slim from a japanese pattern ( Female magazine) in a bright color. I sew also a nice top in jersey.
I have one of my favourite outfit!
I drafted my own pattern for this party dress
Another project based on a deer & doe pattern. It’s an Airelle in grey
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