Show me yours and I'll show you mine (projects that is!!).
Thank you. I am so fortunate to live within walking distance to shops which sell the most amazin…
Wow, very sexy!
I made this skirt for a customer. The peplum was cut from the same pattern, just extended on the skirt. The bodice was taken from a New Look pattern and the skirt top half of the skirt was a basi…
It was an old 1990’s prima pattern.
This bag I made from a PDF pattern I bought on etsy http://www.etsy.com/shop/charliesaunt
I modified the size and flap shape a little. I love her patterns! The fabric was bought for me by someo…
This top was made with block wax printed fabric. I made loads of these tops in different fabrics over the past summer but i particular like this one the most.
Very well made, matched the pattern perfectly!
Awwww so beautiful, well dress young lady : )
I am obsessed with ankara
I’ve fallen in love with this print. I had a brain wave and came up with this little number.
Thanks everyone for your kind comments!
I made this dress for a client and have fallen in love with it. I will be making one for myself soon.
Another ankara dress and matching clutch. My customers love the classic, clean lines.
These are part of my summer collection. They are very popular, I have done them in various fabrics.
I made this matching set for a client. I love it so much I’m making one for myself in a different fabric. As she is a regular customer and a lovely lady I threw in the head tie and make up case f…
Wow!! I love the design and fabric, you have done a tremendous job. I am a great fan of Amy Butler.
This reversible wrap around top and matching hair band (modeled by my beautiful niece) was made with ankara fabric on one side and a poly cotton fabric on the other. These are part of my spring/su…
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