That back is just sensational. I adore it.
Gorgeous dress – I love how much you’ve played around with the spots and stripes theme and taken …
Lovely – the colours complement each other and you very well.
I don’t use border prints all that often, given the need to be much more deliberate and particular with pattern choices. But this batik-like fabric was just so lovely – even if I’m not sure exactly…
Love the Betsey Johnson dresses and the backstage Badgley Mischka pic. Really want to see that ru…
Unimpressed by the mullet dress. The purple’s a beautiful colour, but the mini front and full bac…
I love my embroidery scissors which I used to do the trimming necessary for all that scalloping!
Thanks! I’d been looking for ages to find the right fabric for this project, but when I saw this …
Love that fabric, especially in contrast with the forest photo setting.
I’ll start with the name first. Sometimes coming up with names for projects is easy, sometimes I have no clue. For this one, I’d had no real clue, other than somehow referencing the fact it’s based…
Love your take on the peplum dress. And then the dresses for your daughters – adorable!
Both dresses are gorgeous! And I love that the flowers seem to exactly match the colour of the br…
Gorgeous, Molly! Great to see something new from you.
I bought this 1942 pattern a few years ago, but could never find the right fabric for it. It’s meant to be a proper blouse, made from a cotton lawn or similar, but that felt a bit too costumey to m…
2. That dress is great (love the colour).
3. For the coming months, 60s style…
Hadn’t realised how much I’ve missed seeing your creations until seeing this. Those shorts are ri…
That is so fantastic! I want to scour op shops for similarly awesome fabric now.
I haven’t read the books, but the TV show is fun and the costumes fantastic.
Thanks! These legs are actually narrowed from the original pattern – they’re meant to be even wider!
Break out the floral prints for this 1940s inspired spring collection.
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Hippie meets grunge in this plaid top with flared sleeves and a round neckline.
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