I found this medium weight jersey on sale in Spotlight in New Zealand. The pattern is Very Easy, Very Vogue V8663 – Pretty simple but also just a pretty pattern :)
More over here: http://www.th…
This is my version of New Look 6000 in an African print fabric. It is made with the side pleats and I left off the collar and sleeves to make it more summery. I made this as wearable muslin but I r…
Thanks – it was a nice surprise!
I went to London recently to do a workshop with Chinelo Bally from the Great British Sewing Bee. It was brilliant! We learned how to make this peplum top – with no pattern or pins!
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I made this belt from African fabric. It’s an obi-style belt and I’m going to tweak the design to get it just right but it works well.
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I love this!
Vogue Patterns V8907 – a pattern I have made before and like a lot!
I’m not gonna lie, this one took a while. But it was worth it!
This is a Butterick pattern…. find out more on mon blog: http://www.therecklessneedle.blogspot.co.nz/2014/02/rosy-in-garden.html
Lovely colours, this turned out really well!
Oh I love it! Very clever!
That’s a skirt made for twirling if ever I saw one!
Love the pics in the tree!
This is Vogue Patterns V8907 made with some fabric that came from I don’t know where and has been in my stash for ages and ages! Very easy pattern with lots of potential!
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That is a dress to go dancing in – lovely!
I made this to complete an outfit for a wedding to match up with a pair of yellow shoes.
If you’d like to see more stop by my blog and say hi! http://www.therecklessneedle.blogspot.ie/2013/09/i…
There’s so much I love about this dress. Great design and such brilliant fabric and button choices!
Beautiful dress! (and beautiful daughter!)
That’s so pretty! Congratulations on getitng married!
I can’t decide if this is a dress or a top! It is McCalls M6242..More on my blog!
Oh it’s lovely! You did a great job – I want to get that pattern now!
This top is refashioned from a shirt. You can read more about how I did it on my blog – drop by and say hi! http://therecklessneedle.blogspot.ie/2013/07/shirr-thing.html
Thank you both! :)
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