This top has a strange name, but there’s a reason for it. The fabric has a series of images of a man in traditional Japanese dress being horrible. He’s pulling a cat’s tail, seemingly threatening a…
Wow, this is just gorgeous – all your work was very worth it!
Sewed with sequinned jersey last year and was surprised by just how easy it was! Because I was ma…
The skirt is lovely and I’m not even a fan of maxi-lengths. I also think the boxy jersey tee done…
That’s beautiful – your friend is so lucky to have you make this for her.
That’s a fantastic dress, and a fantastic reason for making a dress!
Your blouses are gorgeous
Thanks – my french curve is so useful!
Thanks! I kept it just resting on my hip bones and made sure it wasn’t too loose.
This dress was made for my good friend Kate’s wedding. I found the lace years ago for $5 at an op shop (thrift shop) near where I used to live. It was obviously a sample piece of fabric that never …
These are great, so simple but fun. Excellent colour choices.
I love 1930s lines so much (I wish I had excuses to make deco ballgowns) and this dress is just g…
The cut is fantastic, it fits perfectly
That’s so adorable! I love the matching bow.
Can’t say anything other than WOW!
Great use of a gorgeous fabric
I agree, it’s not really victorian, but edwardian.
I’ve made a few pairs of pants before and been planning to make more for a while, but to be honest, they scare me. Especially the fly. I wanted to make a pair of colourful skinnyish cords. I found …
That fabric is fantastic. I love the use of a more ‘grown up’ print for a child’s dress.
I love it! The stripe really does make it so beautiful and yet still simple and classic.
Normally I like a lot of ridiculous colours and patterns, but every so often I make something a bit more ‘grown up’. I bought this fabric about 6 months ago, but it stood out to me 1. because of th…
Excellent dress. Pity the weather hasn’t really been wintery enough to wear it lately!
Very nice! The print is gorgeous and the fabric drapes so beautifully.
I bought this wool jersey at the Remnant Warehouse in Alexandria a month or so ago when I was looking for some winter fabrics. The pattern is adapted from the ‘She Has a Mannish Style’ pattern book…
Hit the city streets in adventurous looks with utilitarian details like cargo pockets and belts.
Twists on feminine classics, like a bold patterned shift dress and pants with a racing stripe.
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