Thank you, it means a lot because it was sooo much work :/
This is a denim dress I made which was supposed to look like exactly like another one I fell in love with – but was too expensive.
I used a Burda pattern (Burda style 05/2006, 120) and I had never…
I had already sewed a shirt after this pattern, and love wearing it. Very comfy and cute. I’ve been willing to try the dress for a while, but I hadn’t enough fabric to add sleeves. So here it is, m…
This is a skirt made in african fabric, with the Deer & Doe pattern “Chardon”.
Pretty versatile and easy to sew.
Blogged here: http://sabali-couture.fr/la-jupette-du-demon/
This blouse is made in a fabric with a traditional Japanese pattern. Very comfy and easy to match with my clothes! Love it.
Blogged here : http://sabali-couture.fr/la-chemise-du-soleil-levant/
Great job. Very inspiring! Being myself too scared to sew chiffon, I really admire your work on t…
Thanks! Shorts are a flattering garment, I think!
Thanks for your nice comment!
A good and reliable boyfriend is every girl’s dream, isn’t it? :)
Thank you so much! I really liked this combo too. And the bustier pattern is very nice !
Thanks! I love eyelet too! Even more in black!
Thanks! Me too, eyelet fabric is so cute!
Thank you very much!
Thanks! The eyelet fabric is very convenient for a versatile dress!
Winter shorts from a summer pattern… Made in a woolish fabric.
I made this dress for some fancy work event. It’s a mash-up of two Burda patterns: the bustier is from Burdastyle 03/2011, and the skirt is from the Swing Dress (08/2012).
The eyelet fabric was wh…
This pattern is called Gilbert, from the French indie pattern designer Rpublique du Chiffon. The perfect boyfriend pants! Some adjustments were necessary because the size I chose was too big. But I…
Merci beaucoup Kocotte !
Merci beaucoup ! C’est gentil !
:) oui, c’est bien mieux sans ! Thanks !
A very useful tuxedo shirt, when you have a short-notice social event at the Embassy, or when you have to save the world but in a classy way (if you’re James Bond).
It’s from Burda January 2008….
I made this faux leather skirt after some non-sewing weeks.
It’s a Burda pattern.
I was not so sure about the result while sewing it, but eventually I like its punk-yet-girly touch!
Cute! Love the idea and the dress!
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See how Meg made this edgy dress using the Janome Artistic Edge Digital Cutter!
No need to go outside… spend the morning in dolled up in this collection of vintage style pajamas.
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