Why thank you!
Thanks! I dont really wear the first one, as the bodice is too big on me. Now I’ve cracked the fi…
Thank you, that’s very sweet of you to say!
Yet another Archer shirt. I have serious Grainline Studio love.
Another Hemlock tee from Grainline. This time colourblocked with some merino wool jersey I had. More on the blog…
My second attempt at this pattern. Made from a black linen and wool(?) blend. The buttons took forever to hunt down. More on the blog-…
My first Hemlock, made up in viscose jersey.
Not much to say, it’s a great pattern, easy and quick to make.
A vintage dress pattern I’ve used before.
This time I made it up in a Liberty ‘Edenham’ cotton. Thicker than cotton lawn – I’m not entirely sure what this would be described as.
Instead of a ba…
Thanks! My photos aren’t great, unfortunately. I plan to make this pattern up again, so will take…
My first try at a By Hand London pattern, and filling the gap in my wardrobe for a summer jacket.
It’s a great beginner’s pattern – really simple and quick yet very effective.
My version is mad…
Using McCalls 5529 from the 1940s, I made this shirtwaist dress out of a red cotton/linen blend. The buttons are vintage as well.
I lengthened the bodice about an inch and a half, although I’m wo…
What a great print, it looks fantastic as a maxi skirt.
This is so fantastic. Well worth a month!
Another Archer button up shirt made using Liberty cotton lawn with a wonderful turtle print.
As ever, this pattern is drafted ext…
This is so lovely. Wish I had thought of it!
My fourth Tiny Pocket Tank using the pattern from Grainline Studios.
I am really happy with this one, the fabric is such a light, gauzy cotton; it’s so nice to wear.
Have a look on my blog…
Two shirts made using Grainline Studio’s Archer pattern.
A really, really flattering fit, easy-to-use pattern, I understand why it got so much attention on it’s initial release.
The pink one is…
I’d highly recommend the pattern. It takes a bit of tweaking here and there, but is very …
My first good pair of Betty knickers from lingerie genius Ohhh Lulu. She has beautiful lingerie to sell and patterns too.
These are made from cotton jersey and some viscose/cotton jersey, using …
A little pyjama set made using the Jane pattern on Burdastyle and Grainline’s Tiny Pocket Tank. I’m a big fan of this latter pattern.
Very quick to sew, these are made up in a lightweight cotton…
This is really lovely. I love the uninterrupted stripes and pocket detail.
Thanks very much!
It’s a button-on scarf on the pattern front. I didn’t make it no, as it needed…
My second coat, this time done right.
It’s made using a vintage pattern from the 1960s, SImplicity 4670. "Collarless coat has 3/4 kimono sleeves with gussets at underarms, concealed pockets, do…
This is great, really great fit and I love the colour.
Really nice colour combination.
Another Scout tee using the pattern from Grainline studio.
It’s a really great fit, and I only needed to lengthen by an inch.
More on my blog if you’r…
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