for dressing up and helping mommy in the kitchen
I wanted a skirt with lots of pockets… my daughter took the pics… the room is not leaning
a spring jacket to be worn with jeans… made from a midweight brushed twill… I altered the pattern quite a bit and added pintucking to the upper arms
oh it didn’t show up… how odd… this one:
took out the high waist and flared it out at the bottom… done in a stretch brushed twill… can be dressed up and dressed down… comfy and tight at the same tight… I have done this skirt in fa…
those are great!!
I wanted a holster bag for a post apocalyptic halloween costume
hubby needs a pirate costume and he is a very large man…. so i dusted off the sewing machine… first piece- the shirt
I am a bit on the short side and whe I wear my beloved poofy skirts and dresses the bulk up around my waist and I have been lookin for something to make the look sleeker… I suppose a full corset …
well I didn’t really use a pattern… I just made a skinny flap in the front… a super deep plea…
i needed a dress to wear to a wedding… it needs a belt… I think a thin black one at my natural waist… as this is a bit drop waisted 50’s style… done wth New Look 6020 I think
I have had a leather jacket for a while I have wanted to salvage and make something out of… I got the idea to do a bustier top and a ful 50’s styled skirt… I need a new petticoat… this is jus…
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