Jumper dress from a Burda pattern using skirt fabric that I designed myself!
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Jumper dress by Burda patterns. Skirt fabric is my own hand-drawn mushroom repeat print!
Check out more on my blog, Manic Pop
I love this dress, but that weird crooked seam bothers me. I understand that’s where a dart would…
That patchwork jacket totally looks like something I would design!
Finally got to make a new dress.
This is a sleeveless shirtdress of my own pattern, but based off of a 1969 shirtdress by Simplicity.
The fabric is technically a quilting cotton and it wrin…
Another scalloped beauty! This print was amazing and I had to have it. I love the way the yoke came out. I integrated sleeves into the yoke by doing a drop-shoulder so they look like tiny cap slee…
This tunic top is a knockoff of one of my favorite tunic tops that I’ve had in my closet for a long time. I had to make the sewing pattern myself.
This was the first time I have ever sewn with …
To anyone a little nervous about the box pleat ( i was) it’s easy!
I really like these patterns! I love shirtdresses, so I may have to download that pattern!
I made Burda’s Princess dress in a fun floral quilting cotton. Such a great dress!
The green polyester fabric was actually leftover from when I made the arrow applique on my Tanith arrow dress. …
Thanks! This was a fun photo series!
A very special blog post in collaboration with Tanith of Tanith Rowan Designs !
Tanith made an amazing 60s-inspired helmet hat and I made the dress to go alon…
Thanks so much! I had no idea I was featured! Can I find it on a main page or is it in a gallery?
This dress was based as exactly as I could to the pattern that perhaps once came with the 1969 Simplicity sewing book. Mine didn’t come with any patterns, but it does have a nice diagram of the pat…
Spring-weight skirt with a fun yellow overlay piece. My own pattern work – this is a sample.
My only qualm with the pattern design on this one is the back piece. In theory, I thought it would …
The Prismatic Dress came about because of the abstract art design pieces that I do. Here, I combined both my art and fashion design into one! I attached my art piece “Sea Creature” for reference. …
Ooh, I’m so excited to be in this feature! Thank you for including me!
Such a great print!
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