This looks like something you’d buy in a high fashion boutique. The front pleats on the skirt are…
Lovely dress, beautiful colours
Stunning fabric. I love that you also made a matching hat so that it’s a complete outfit.
I have looked at ModCloth for inspiration before! They do have some very nice styles.
This is really beautiful. I always have problems with Butterick, their patterns are never cut for…
Thank you for the lovely comments!
Looks worthy of a fashion show runway
I found this fabric at the Love Vintage fair in Sydney last September. The colours were so bright and eye-catching, and the screen printed farms and trees were interesting enough to make me buy it….
Probably not too hard to reverse it – lower the back neckline, don’t put on the flap pockets, and…
I’d seen that fabric at Tessuti and thought it was beautiful but didn’t buy it because I didn’t k…
This is great, there should be more bright and colourful maternity clothes like this!
That is an amazing fabric. It makes a relatively simple-cut dress into something stunning. Well d…
I so rarely do classy, but after this dress I feel like I should do more classy clothes!
It’s a beautiful fabric, isn’t it? And luckily not hard to work with.
Thanks, it’s always nice when you get something great out of so much work!
Thanks – I felt like I needed to act classy in it because of how it looks!
Perfect – it looks like a dress Joan would wear on an episode of Mad Men.
This is the hardest thing I’ve ever made. It’s Vogue pattern V1108, is made with silk taffeta, is boned, lined, interfaced, and has a foundation inside it. There is a total of five different fabric…
Beautiful, and I love that the lace isn’t too ‘girly’ but has more of an edgy feel
Thank you all for the lovely comments!
There are lots of great lycras around, it was hard to choose which one I liked the best!
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