The first handmade dress for my girl – made for a friends wedding.
Burdastyle pattern (not available on web)
A romper for my daughter with a few tweaks. Made from wool and bodice lined in cotton.
Clearly I’m not a fan of ironing – sorry
Well paired fabric and pattern.
Perfect timing! I was just lamenting the abundance of childrens clothes but lack of babywear when…
My music festival dress ups continued at this years Golden Plains Music Festival, this time with my partner and our 10 week old girl in tow. Of course, she had to dress up too so I made us matchng …
Ridiculously well tailored and sure to keep him toasty warm. I’m always curious about interlined …
I love these and I prefer your modifications to the pattern. They look great.
A small token wedding present for some lovely friends.
Hand felted then machine and hand sewn.
Very smart! I think I prefer this pattern made in cotton (rather than my attempt in wool), it mak…
This is ridiculously awesome!
I wanted a more subtle coat after making the trench coat and I’ve admired this style for a while without selecting fabric for it. The pattern sizes began too large for me so I added a curved should…
This red wool had been in the stash for several years, virtually unusable because it was actually fluro orange. I experimented with red dye and it turned out a more acceptable fire-engine red. Give…
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