yes, i hate putting the maxi dresses away, so i finally tried this one :)
thanks patti, it was a fun pattern to work with :)
i swear your icon never fails…
thank you m’lady!
:) have you made it yet?
yes, i imagined it with a blazer but didn’t have it with me when i took the photos :)
fabulous and so chic!
this dress was actually inspired by a safari birthday, but i think it works as a winter maxi (especially now that winter is totally F’ed up and it’s 60 degrees every third day.)
you can read mor…
well hello lucypie and you’re welcome! what a nice compliment. congrats on your project!
i loved reading every bit of this!
i couldn’t read your whole reply… lost in the commentsphere…. but: YOU KNOW IT.
(although i …
i was lucky to get britex fabrics for the burdastyle book, and it was the best jersey i’ve ever u…
thanks tigger! been watching… guess… mad men.
aren’t they? why do we ever make them without?
i did have to man handle those pleats!
thank you ruth!
umm, i love that statement. i may frame it for christmas.
:))) right back atcha, girl :)
maybe the sleeves will get a stay of execution…..
ah! YOU AS WELL!
i mean, pockets. truly they are a magical thing. and they were SO easy on this pattern!
thanks very much!
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