It was a refashion project of mine, transforming an old empire cut maxi dress last worn at 6 months pregnancy aeons ago into a spring blouse.
Based on McCall’s M6650 but with modification to my …
awww… u are stopping blogging? :( well we can always meet here on burdastyle to catch up on you…
SOOOO CUTE!!! I love all the dresses! I need to try my hand sewing for little girls… We finally…
This is my first white cotton top just made recently. Very baggy and easy to wear, from the pattern Vogue 1247.
I share my thoughts on making this on my blog here…
Lovely lovely bag!!! I’ve never used hardwares on my bags before, i really want to learn how to u…
Thank you! You must get the pattern! And do share when you have yours done! :)
Thank you Ralf!
Very cute! Love the dress and the color is amazing on you!
Amazing colorful jacket! I love it!
Thanks Mary! :)
Thank you, you should look up the pattern V1170. The neckline is what attracted me to the pattern :)
Thank you so much Mary :)!
Thank you! :) And thanks for visiting my blog too.. I’m going to give away some patterns I have i…
Love the detailing!!!
Thank you Sachi! You are so right… i might want to try silk charmeuse again, just for the feel,…
I love refashioning. Every once and a while, I have to take a break from regular sewing to do a refashion, and this is my favorite one this year :)
I have an old blazer that doesn’t get worn tha…
Using the pattern Vogue 1170, this is a sweet but tricky blouse to make, no thanks to the fabric I chose. If you have oodles of patience, it’s okay, but if you are like me, working with silk charme…
Asymmetric cut outfit is not for me. I thought I will give it a try with this pattern (McCall’s 6204), but it just confirms that I am not that experimental with my style. But I’m glad I gave it a t…
lovely and congrats on the opening of your sewing cafe!
Thank you! :)
Made a longer, wider at the bottom Sorbetto from an old dress. No picture of the dress before this refashion, but I attach here a drawing of it. Was in the backburner for 18 months, but finally rea…
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