Wow! I love her hair! Great job! x
Wow! That is simply fantastic! x
Made from the same set of bedlinen that my husband’s Spiderman pj top is.
Simple dress, with red t-shirt material and red organza hemming.
We found some amazing Spiderman bedlinen at a local carboot, one side I used for the Spiderman dress I’m uploading as the next project, and then was at a bit of a loss as to what to do with the oth…
A request from my husband again, for ‘A red and black checked punky dress please!’
Saw the perfect women’s shirt in a charity shop, and using the patterm I made for the Naruto-dress I made ea…
A dress for my daughter made from some lovely blue-green tie-dye sari-type material that a friend sent me. Simple tie top, and ruffled hemline.
Very simple and very quick to make!
I made two of these dresses from curtains we found in a local charity shop, one for my daughter Pixie, and one for a family member’s little girl.
Still LOTS of material left over, haven’t even s…
Completely in love with the fabric and giant bow!
My husband is a little obsessed with a fair few geeky things, an anime called Naruto being one of them. This dress is an homage to the main character, Naruto, and takes inspiration from his outfit …
A mixture of my own leanings towards cutesy, girlie clothing for our daughter, and my husband’s obsession with geekery, in this case, Batman!
We looked for ages to find a Batman girl’s dress, bu…
Another one made for our daughter’s upcoming arrival in September!
All the material was picked by my husband, and he decided on where he wanted each one to go, as well as plaiting the ribbon str…
Simple dress for my daughter for when she arrives, with the name we’ve picked for her hand embroidered on one of the skirt pieces. (No straps yet though! Must make straps!)
Thanks very much! Not bad considering I had never used a sewing machine before! :D
Condolences, but what a beautiful dress!
Wow! That fabric is gorgeous!
So gorgeous! Love her style! :D
A simple pastel purple baby dress, suitable from birth to 3 months, with pink and purple bird embroidery, from a self-made pattern. Created for my daughter for when she finally decides to arrive!
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