Thank you! It is also awesome to wear :)
Wow, they look great
My second Centaure dress from Deer and Doe.
It is the perfect summer dress, I love it.
See also my blog: http://mariawishes.wordpress.com/2014/06/08/centauree-the-second/
Thanks! I am sure the summer will come in England soon :)
Little summer dress, easy to wear and make. The skirt is a 1/3 of a circle, hence the name.
More on the blog: http://mariawishes.wordpress.com/2014/05/26/jersey-13-dress/
Thank you! I am very happy how it turned out
Thanks. The piping gave me constant headache during the construction but I love the end result
This is the Deer and Doe Centaure dress made in cotton voile with contrast piping. My son gave it that name.
See also my blog: http://mariawishes.wordpress.com/2014/05/20/centauree-dress-aka-the-s…
I love the color of your fabric
Thank you so much
Sleeveless summer shirtdress, a beautiful pattern from Colette. I highly recommend it!
See also: http://mariawishes.wordpress.com/2014/05/02/hawthorn-dress/
Amazing pants! This pattern is so cute and I really like your fabric choice
My second Beignet skirt from Colette patterns this time made with burgundy cord.
For more detail: http://mariawishes.wordpress.com/2014/04/17/a-couple-of-beignets/
Colette’s Beignet skirt made in black wool/polyester blend lined with silk.
More on my blog: http://mariawishes.wordpress.com/2014/04/17/a-couple-of-beignets/
Thanks! I love it too
Shirt pattern from Ottobre magazine sewn in soft plaid cotton flannel. It was my first shirt and despite some flaws I love it.
I also like it with my new cobalt mini skirt
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A skirt made from Ottobre pattern. It has a fly front (my first ever), back yoke, back and front pockets and a kick pleat in the back. Fun to make and wear.
See also my blog….
Wow! I love how simple this dress is but so stunning with the fabric and execution!
Great skirt. I just made a similar one in the same color
Such a nice color. And those buttons and button holes are awsome
Wow, those are so pretty. I love the fabric
Very nice suit. Must have been a lot of work with all that topstitching.
Thank alot, I really like the lining as well
Dress up outerwear with deep shawl collars and sew up a lovely fitted dress with a flounced hemline.
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