A blazer, coat or shirt dress so I could finally learn how to sew a notch lapel correctly.
When my mother originally made this skirt for me it was an ankle-length wrap skirt and I was about ten years old. Fifteen years, five buttons and four hours of sewing and ironing later it’s become …
Thank you. :-)
Summer’s already gone again so a pretty new scraf comes in handy – especially one that helps me get rid of some scraps. I used three different colours as well as three different materials: white ch…
Thank you very much!
Maybe that’s the reason why I normally prefer cowls and boat necks ^^
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Thank you. Fell in love with the colour at first sight.
Thanks! Give it a try ;-)
Thank you very much. :-)
This pattern is simply perfect for stashbusting and using up scraps – even though it required some minor alterations like shortening the sleeves and bodice and fixing a gaping neckline. (See those …
The last project I was able to complete on my Singer Edition 1120 which had already started to breathe its last by the time I finished the hem. The pattern I used is BurdaStyle Cowl Dress 10/2012 #…
Cute idea. Simple, but absolutely wearable.
I’ve tried both methods by now and prefer cutting those tops on the bias.
Really really nice. Good luck for the contest!
Try out menswear inspired wardrobe staples, like unconventional jackets and high waisted pants.
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Kelerabeus modified our Wool Shorts pattern with adorable scalloped edges.
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