This is my answer to professional but “me” during the summer months. The pattern is Vogue 8633 for the bodice, but the pattern skirt was too full – I didn’t have enough fabric. I used New Look 6…
I always love your stuff. So pretty.
Congratulations winners! Love the designs!
I can’t wait to start my next project: outfits based on “Women of the Century,” by Francois Ganea…
Shapely, no, but comfy and very easy to sew. This is polyester charmeuse from Joann’s clearance department. I used the “pleated dress” pattern from the book “One Piece Wearables.”
Thanks! I think I have a collapsible ribcage!
This is a spring dress made of an upholstery remnant. It’s a Burdastyle book dress base, but I fused as many pieces as possible to keep the big print intact. I gathered the collar, and there was …
perfect. I want.
Thank you! It really only gaps at the belly sometimes. Maybe I will feel brave, but I am over 4…
Splash o’ color baby. I’m right on it.
Thank you! I just acquired a pile of old buttons and this helps. It’s so much more fun to go th…
I like that! I’ve got enough bedsheet – I see a new top coming.
Thank you! I was experimenting with an organza overlay, but it was a bit dressy for an old sheet.
I’ve been wanting to do a butterfly project since I taped last year’s calendar butterflies to my ceiling. This is a two-piece dress with pencil skirt and halter top. The reason I made it two-piec…
This design is a halter top with a scarf treatment that gives a subtle effect of butterfly wings. The chiffon bodice would be lined in coolmax or other comfortable, breathable fabric for performin…
you’re a genius!
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