found some really lovely fabrics on the flea market - yupiii
a blouse, a dress, a pair pants, a coat, a blazer, a raincoat, a top, a nightgown, a skirt, maybe…
it is very pretty! like it more than the burda version in the book! congrats!
wieviel stoff hast du denn gebraucht? weißt du das noch? die burda angaben sind ja normalerweise …
BTW: you linked it to the wrong project.
correction: I know the fabric from the local store: it is not silk. It is an exact copy of the on…
does that mean, if I´d like to have twisted jeans, I need to cut them 45° to the grain ?
thanks for all your kind comments on my garments :-) that encourrages me to post more of them
I cut the fabric and positioned another layer of fabric underneath…
(sry for the late reply)
do not worry. the pants are not worth finding the old mag somewhere. the fit looks only good, if …
thanks so much for the info!! I hope you have a lot of occasions to wear this garment!
cute, feel happy colors ;-)
oh i forgot to ask you how much fabric you hav been using…
p.s.: thanks for inspiring me!
I am looking for a jacket for my diploma exam for a while. finally I came over your creation and …
it´s beautiful, indeed. I wonder, how much fabric has been used.
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