great, great, great!!
looks good and intersting and cool!
very cool! I agree – the neckline is wonderful.
it’s very nice. great colour and my simple form.
very nice! I love his pattern and have planned to sew it long time ago.
I found a piece of black and white boucle. First I was thinking about some sweater but ultimately I made a jacket/blazer. The piece fo fabric wasn’t too big and I used it totally. It has no lining….
again – simple but looks sooo good!
this is really cool simple dress with cute fabric.
nice! I like it!
something to please my kids :)
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great idea and very nice dress!
wonderful. great fabric and great shirt.
very nice casual dress! I love this navy colour and not-so-obvious form of the dress!
great!!! I love it!
oh, simply beautiful!!!
looks great! you managed the chiffon quite well :) (i’m avoiding that stuff and at the same time …
Looks great! Really good job! (Reminds me a black and red dress of Eva Marie Saint in "North by n…
simple but very cool!
Simple bag, good for autumn :)
I used thick faux leather and patterned canvas for the body and I’m really satisfied – it keeps very nice shape together! And the handles are made of genuine leather…
My autumn wardrobe is not in good shape. It lacks some long sleeves. I didn’t think too much about it. It just came too my mind. I got this patterned jacquard already before (this is some interior …
WONDERFUL!! Looks geat on you, that’s a one thing. Second is really great fabric and how nicely i…
I cut them out of the old skirt. The pattern looked very nice. I tought there would be much more work but it wasn’t so bad :) I hope to wear them more often next summer :)
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Santa is the name of the cotton I was using for these shorts.
I used pink piping for the pockets.
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Great job! Looks really fantastic on you!
looks cool! nice pattern too!
Great! Nice idea :)
Patterned textiles need simple patterns :)
So it is. Simple dress made of nice, comfortable, colourful and totally in my style – viscose.
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This textile which was probably some curtain in the previous life took a shape of such dress in my mind from the moment I’ve bought it. So here it is. To avoid boredom I used an orange bias tape. …
looks great on you. wonderful textile. well done.
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