I love it, and I have some fabric I would like to try a similar thing with – which pattern did yo…
It’s gorgeous -good job with the fitting because it fits you beautifully!
Thank you all for your kind comments! :-)
I know, I almost feel like I cheated, because no mater what I made out of this fabric, it was goi…
Still in love with this embossed stretch velvet!
I fell in love with this embossed velvet. So I bought what was left on the roll – about 3m. So far, I made a jacket, a skirt and a top, and there is still more left. Yey!
That’s why I love working with Sari fabrics.
Thanks for all your kind words on my projects. :-)
I’m too OCD not to!
Based on BurdaSlyle Chill Dress 11/2012 #136B. Sleeves self drafted and inspired by Japanese kimono sleeves.
This is based on a Burda pattern from the 1990’s. Issue and pattern number long forgotten!
Tartan shorts with pockets out of recycled denims.
Based on BurdaSlyle Ellen Pants.
This one is made out of an ornate beaded and fringed end of a sari. I am lucky that my hip circumference is exactly the same as a width of a sari. So one seam at the back and an elastic for the wai…
I love upcycling sari’s. This is one of many such projects. Easy and comfy to wear.
Burda Chill Dress 11/2012 #136B
I just realised I have not posted any projects since 2012. This needs to be rectified immediately!
I love it. Well done.
Dress up outerwear with deep shawl collars and sew up a lovely fitted dress with a flounced hemline.
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