Sewaholic Thurlow shorts made as a practice run for the full length version.
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Corset style top made using the craftsy course.
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Sewaholic Cambie in View A
Loved this pattern x
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This is made using a re-issued 1960s Simplicity pattern – 2154. The bow is fully interfaced which gives it a little drama…
A skirt made for job interviews… it must have worked because I got it!
Burdastyle Jenny with front darts eliminated and eased into the waistband which is cut on straight grain rather than the bi…
This is my dress, very loosely inspired by the everyday outfits worn in Black Swan ;-).
It’s made using a real mishmash of patterns and tutorials and all the links can be found in this “blogpost”…
An adaption from Colette Patterns’ Sorbetto Tank-top and inspired by the Marjan Dress…
Ban roll – I really want to try the baby hem tutorial but I have no idea where to find the crucia…
This is my first attempt at the Blouse from the Burdastyle book. Unfortunately, I screwed up some of the pattern adjustments so it doesn’t fit me properly at the front so apologies for the hanger p…
Hiya, not at all in english shops I’m anywhere from an 18 to a 22. For the pattern I used a 16 at…
This is my dress for Christmas day – Colette Patterns Macaron Pattern and a vintage cotton floral twill. I made a few changes to the pattern including …
Two quick and simple double-knit pencil skirts. One for work and one for weekends :)
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This was my project for My Happy Sewing Place’s Sew Grateful challenge. The goal was to use a piece of fabric or pattern you have been given or a tutorial…
Thanks, I will. Now I just need someone to invite me some where glamorous ;-)
Do it! The grading was pretty straight forward… the only thing is that it absolutely eats fabri…
That’s so kind – thank you!
Dress #104 from the September 2011 magazine. Graded up to a size 48 in the bodice before adding a 2in full bust adjustment (similar to this…
I really did intend to make this top in summer… time just got away from me ;)
It is Colette’s free Sorbetto tank-…
The photos came out fantastic, Suzy! So cool after seeing it yesterday :)
Hit the city streets in adventurous looks with utilitarian details like cargo pockets and belts.
Twists on feminine classics, like a bold patterned shift dress and pants with a racing stripe.
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Short jackets like this zebra print bomber by Anniemollison are a must for spring.
The latest pattern bundle features nine vintage reissues from the 50s and 60s.
Pick one of 5 patterns for a new kind of sew along
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