thank you, I’m soo flattered.
Thank you, it actually isn’t that difficult. Just a basic jacket slopper with a V-neckline. I the…
My version of the ruffle jacket from the january Burda issue 2012, using a wool bouclé I got in Madrid, Spain. I blogged about it here…
I like this unexspected twist to a classig plaid shirt dress, but I’m also a sucker for obre dye …
I also love the front. It looks so well made and I love the plaid lining. Great job!
I love the fabric combination. also I’m a sucker for elbow patches. It’s great.
Thank you all so much for your kind words!
It’s beautiful, it looks so well made and your attention to detail is remarkable. The person it i…
Thank you. The linig is really fun to look at.
Thank you, I’ve just browsed your blog, it’s brilliant.
It’s a variation of a pattern, I’ve used before: Burda 03/2010 pattern #102. I redrafted the front to make it double-breasted, changed the collar shape, redrafted the sleeves and added pockets to t…
This looks awesome. I love the fabric choice and the design suits you very well.
A simple tunic top but the design lines are pretty interesting. I like how it’s basic with a twist.
Burda magazin 07/2011, pattern 116A
I blogged about it here…
Congrats on being featured. You really made some awesome things. I really like how you are not af…
this is a half circle skirt I made in like 1h. only 2 pieces: skirt part and waist band. it has a zipper in the center back. i love the bright cotton.
i blogged about it here…
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