Rouched top made in mostard jersey. the fabric wasn’t enough for all the pattern so I made the sleeves with grey jersey too. at the end it looks good. also made pences in the neckline for better ad…
I had the fabric in my stash for a while, it’s from a fabric store here in Portugal. the color is…
top withh assimetric shoulder and hem. Easy to make and cute to wear :)
Cute and fresh for hot days! I only had a little bit of fabric so I made it without sleeves. Love the result :)
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Little cool jacket made in a good warm strong jersey. Cut of the collar because my atopic skin can’t handle them. Very challenging “puzzle” to make : )
thank you! i think a strong soft jersey is the best… hope to see yours soon :)
the boxy wrapped blouse is already on my cutting table :D love the yoke and the ankle pants too!
Easy discret top. I made it shorter in a warm eggplant fabric that i love, and with longer sleeves.
Yes, do! I’m very curious to see other finished crossover pants
Easy to make and very stylish pants. Love the different look of this pattern :)
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