A really feminine top that I find goes best with denim cur off shorts to add to the flirty look.
Casual weekend tunic top.
I think this dress will be better suited in a stretch knit fabric. A hard fabric like the ones suggested just don’t cover one’s bosom properly, even ’with a button, which leads to a lot of tugging …
I love wearing this skirt with a black tank top.
Hem of shawl lengthened by 10 cm. This was certainly a popular one. Made three for two of my friends and a client of a hair salon I used to work at ordered four of them. This purple lurex knit shaw…
Some sexy summer pj’s. I added elastic to the hemlines of the shorts to give them a bloomer-like effect.
Shew, sexy detail. Like Pocahontas meets Moulin Rouge.
Very cute. I love the colour you chose.
A cute little beach dress for those searing hot days. I made the dress earlier this year just before it turned to winter and now that summer’s here I can’t wait to flaunt it.
A mini dress of two different patterns fused together.
Clean, straight lines. Very professional finish. This will make any fashion house proud.
I love the Edwardian look of the dress. Almost like you stepped right out of the 1910’s.
Did you use boning in the dress?
Ooh, very nice. The stars print is so cool.
Girl’s vintage dress. Not sure about the exact date. Looks like the 50’s if you look at the drawing style of the pattern.
Wow. Foxy dress. I love the slit on it.
Very casual, yet sexy at the same time :)
Very stylish. I love how the bustier is a contrast to the skirt.
I’m very overdue in the posting department, but finally I found a nice picture of a casual mesh top I made back in early 2011.
It’s gotten so much positive responses every time I wear it that I’ve…
Did you also battle with the collar? I’ve tried everything and I just can’t get it right. Any poi…
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