Hey thanks! Such a nice comment :)
Oh I love it! The keyhole in the back is perfect.
Thanks! Try it out! it’s really not as difficult as I though it would be. The book I mentione…
I love that fabric! And the placement of the building on the pocket.
Ooh, so fun to read about you. I looked through your studio and I’m in love with everything you’…
I made my own baby pattern after reading through the introduction from Winifred Aldrich’s Metric Pattern Cutting for Children’s Wear and Babywear (which is a fabulous resource, by the way). I’m s…
Congratulations! So fun to read about you. I always love seeing your creations.
Thanks! It was easier than trying to match them :)
Thanks! I think the colors are my favorite part.
I love the maxi version. Very pretty!
So adorable! Alice is one lucky girl!
Just slightly twirly :) Two more variations from my self drafted a-line skirt block. I wanted a slightly swishy skirt without a lot of bulk at my waist so I cut and spread my pattern pieces from …
A long, peasant style skirt variation from my self drafted a-line skirt block. Some things were lost in translation on this variation. I had some issues with the yoke- either I cut it wrong or cu…
what an awesome dress! I love the unexpected color combination. You look great in chartreuse!
I think if you have a good resource you can do it. I thought this book had good informat…
I tried to comment on your blog, but it wouldn’t go through for some reason. It said "warning: c…
Thanks! It’s fun to wear.
Wow, you really had some vision to combine that pattern and fabric to make this dress. It is fan…
A self-drafted simple a-line skirt. I followed Cal Patch’s instructions in Design-It-Yourself Clothes to make a basic skirt block. I’m so tickled that it worked! I’ve already used my basic block…
A version of the Lisette Passport dress, SImplicity 2209 made up in a floral Kaffe Fassett rayon challis. The crossover dart is my favorite feature of this pattern but it gets lost in the busy pri…
I made this for the Spring Top Sew Along this past month. I dyed all the lace trim fuchsia and made up Simplicity 2223 using a drab khaki linen. I wasn’t expecting it to turn out so reminiscent o…
I have no words for how awesome these shorts are. Seriously. The lip pocket? So freakin’ cool.
The style is cool and sporty beach wear that can be worn anywhere!
Pattern of the Week
This pencil skirt is perfect for everyday wear! We love it in floral.
This collection will make you shine in front of the camera!
Member Project of the Week
Get inspired by this lovely coral dress with ties and bows!
DIY to Try
Make yourself a lovely hair band this spring!
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