a lace crop top made using Named Clothing’s Kanerva Button Back Shirt pattern. Read more on my blog!
I store them in manila envelopes! I write what each one is on the outside of the envelope. I us…
A variation on the Louisa Drop Waist Dress from Sewing Vintage Modern. Made up in blue ponte. More on my blog!
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The top is the Fran Tie Shirt by Named Patterns, the skirt is a By Hand London Charlotte skirt. Made for Julia Bobbin’s Mad Men Challenge! More on my blog…
A peplum dress I made to copycat Shabby Apple’s El Capitan Dress. The skirt is a By Hand London Charlotte Skirt, the Top is a Deer and Doe Belladone, the sleeves are the adorable little scalloped …
I made this for a Downton Abbey Party- it’s a reworked Louisa Drop Waist Dress. Read more on my blog:
I used the Virginia Leggings pattern from Megan Nielsen patterns. Read about it on my blog:
Used the Lady Skater pattern from Kitschy Coo, but I omitted the swingy skirt and used a self drafted pencil skirt pattern instead. Read about it on my blog:
A pencil skirt in some foxy print. Read more on my blog:
A strapless dress I made for a formal event. The bodice is the Bustier Dress 5/2011 , and the skirt is the By Hand London Elisalex. I blogged it at:
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Pattern of the Week
This timeless style ties at the back and looks stunning at formal events
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