Thank you! I figured it out for the most part, but in the end (after my husband sheepishly admitt…
Your version looks great! Very nicely done. I’m in the middle of making mine but am so confused b…
An easy, summer dress for my new sister-in-law’s wedding shower.
A fun, end-of-summer top and bloomers for my daughter!
A new princess dress for my daughter! This whole gettup is her version of a pirate. The skirt is just a gathered rectangly and the top is the Child Summer Frock bodice pattern that’s free on Burda.
This is really beautiful! I love the keyhole and bias tape, and the pleated skirt is a great vari…
Wow – beautiful! Love the skirt too!
I went with a totally out-of-character fabric for the dress and I love the result! The black zebra stripes are sheer so I doubled up the fabric
The coat is so beautiful in red! Great job!
You should post it – I’d love to see it!
Flowy, circle scarf with crocheted accents
Thank you for the very nice compliments! (I’ll tell my dad). I found the pattern very difficult, …
Thank you so much!
I took a men’s cardigan sweater pattern and turned it into this ultra-feminine one for my mom.
Thanks so much!
I made this coat for my brother, who is just fashion-forward enough to wear it!
I made this boatneck coat for my sister-in-law for Christmas and she wears it as a dress. Very cool of her. A also entered it in the Los Angeles County Fair and won a ribbon!
I made this for my dad for Christmas and he wears it to church. I also entered it in the Los Angeles County Fair and won second place!
My daughter is three so I make a lot of princess dresses! This is just a simple bodice pattern with giant rectangles cut for the skirts.
You did a beautiful job! I really love your vest! I’m working on the same coat for my brother and…
I recovered my daughter’s pink nursery rocking chair for my upcoming arrival (a boy!).
Wow – the inside looks just as beautiful and tailored as the outside. I love it. Great job!
Thanks! She’d wear frilly dresses every day if I’d let her…while carrying around her toy trains.
My 2-year-old daughter loves dressing up and picked out this fabric for me to make a dress for her. It’s just a simple lined bodice and 2 large, gathered rectangles for the skirt (the underskirt is…
I hosted a little sewing party for a few interested friends to make these vintage-inspired aprons. The other girls had never used a sewing pattern before so I was very impressed that everyone’s tur…
Meg's Magazine Mash Up 2014
Check out Meg's finished Mash Up project of her denim suit and see how you can sew along!
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