trying to get one last summer top done before it's officiall
thanks! it’s always a balance between smiling too big and not smiling at all :P
thank you! the back is one of my favorite details too!
this dress is made from Burda pattern 108-04-2010. I ommitted the sleeves, removed the pleats and added a low back neckline.
It’s made from a medium weight cotton with a nice body. I made it just …
I purchased a pair of jeans at the thrift shop to refashion them into a skirt.
The jeans had a lot of stretch so I was able to create a pencil skirt rather than a-line.
I followed the classic pro…
This is a v-neck, raglan sleeve sweater made from a RTW sweater I owned. The main fabric is a wool merino knit. I didn’t have enough for the whole sweater so I used poly satin in the back, for a ni…
Thank you! this dress would actually be a good “advanced beginner” project. the princess seams ma…
thank you very much!
thank you! I thought it would be nice to have some contrast with the black, with all the crazy pr…
I decided at the last minute to whip up a dress for an office party. The theme was Neon. I made this one with pattern 107 from burda magasine March 2009.
The dress has princess seam that run fro…
these are based on Burda magazine #112-03-2009. I found this linen Fabric at Gala (once again) and wanted to make flowy wide-legged spring/summer pants with it.
I had to alter them quite a bit, mo…
Thank you! it is super comfy, while still looking not too casual
Thanks! I wanted to try the exposed zipper technique for the first time and this was a great oppo…
thank you, I liked that i was able to try different technique on an otherwise easy to sew pattern
think you, i feel like it’s an easy style to have fancy or casual variations of.
thanks! Dressew has a great selection for sure, all kinds of fabric, with quliaty ranging from ch…
this pattern #117 from Burda magazine October 2013. It’s a loose-fitting sweater top with front and . The fabric is a medium weight knit in a forest green color. this was an easy project and it wo…
This is a fast project that I completed last summer.
I wanted a maxi dress for a long time. I used a tank top that I had as the base for the bodice then extended it using pattern 109 from BWOF jun…
This is a combination of two burda magazine patterns that I made a bunch of alterations to achieve an Equipment-esque look for this summer skirt made out of light cotton/silk fabric. it has hidden …
Thank you! I’m usually a pretty slow sewer, so I’m pretty happy I was able t make this so fast
I would definitely recommend you do. Plus once you have the right fit, you can make several versi…
that’s what I love about it, it’s simple but versatile and can be dressed up or down…
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