I made this dress three years ago with Gertie’s Bombshell class over on craftsy. Well, time went on, summer ended and I never made proper pictures of this dress. So, I took the chance to finally le…
I bought this fabric with the intention to make a skirt out of it. But when I came across the pattern for the top, I tried to squeeze out a matching bustier top and it worked. I had so little fabri…
nice, I have to try this pattern :)
looks good :)
Thank you all :)
I made this dress from vintage fabric I bought a while ago. The fabric was very narrow, but I was able to squeeze out this dress :)
The pattern is very nice, I will make it again for sure.
Thanks :) The elk belongs to my mom :D
This is the Tweed Dress pattern from the page and I really like the pattern. It is very simple, so the fabric can shine in its own. I also made the detachable collar and a matching belt.
oh how cute <3
Very very nice :)
I absolutely recommend this book, it’s one of these books where you can look up things…
My project for the “fall for cotton sew along” hosted by Rochelle from Lucky Lucille and Tasha from by gum, by golly.
The pattern came together really nice. I only had to adjust the shoulder wid…
I made a denim overall, its Wearing History #R104. I also made the blouse from Simplicity 4077.
Read more about it on my blog:
Thank you Mary :) My blog is my little “baby”, so its really nice to hear this compliment :))
The pattern is butterick 5748, a lovely 1960s retro pattern with a lower neckline in the back. Size 10 fits me very nice in the bust area, but I had to taper to size 14 at the waist. I also lenghte…
My 4th creation from my self drafted shirt pattern. This pattern was really worth the time :D Next will be a jersey dress variation.
Nice dress! The parfait pattern waits for me,too and now you gave me motivan to start it soon.
A simple knit top with a bow, same pattern as my peter pan collar shirt
Self drafted pattern, pimped with a peter pan collar and a bow
Thank you all :)
@merimej: It’s the pattern butterick 5824, designed by Gertie from Gerties new b…
such a cute one!!
Finally I finished my coat. I started with the sew-along, but I didn’t have the time to catch up. But now it is finished and I’m really happy with it.
Beautifull dress with very lovely details! Whats this sparkeling one in the background?
Twists on feminine classics, like a bold patterned shift dress and pants with a racing stripe.
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