love the pink trimming!
Based on a KnipMode pattern. The fabric is a cotton/ silk and was a little bit of a nightmare to work with. It frays very fast. Because I didn’t want to line the jacket I have bound all the seams. …
I used NewLook pattern – 6123. The pattern was very easy to sew.
The only alterations I made was eliminating the center back seam of the bodice (no zip used) and taking in all darts and side seams…
I also am not a big fan of their patterns but this issue I have traced 5 patterns out and so far …
Thankyou. The pattern is from the latest Knip Mode magazine, March 2013. Pattern is Broek 1 (pant…
Bedankt! Knipmode maart 2013 – Broek 1.
This pattern was out of the latest Knip Mode magazine. Was very easy to sew.
I have never really found a pant pattern that fits me well. So I was very surprised how well these fitted straight from the pattern. I initially made these as a trial but the fabric also worked wel…
I used the base of the jacket from the jacket 118 in Burda 07/2010. The only panel I changed was the center front.
I left the jacket unlined, with the front facing as the contrast panel. I also a…
This dress was very simple to make. I drafted it from a basic tank top pattern, extending the length and adding side peaks/ triangles for the draping. Twisted neck band. Next time I will add a litt…
It is gorgeous!
Love the fabric!!
Thankyou. It is only a single knit jersey but it does have some body to it!
Based on the pattern magic pattern – just like a stole. This was my first attempt at a Japanese pattern. It was a little challenging but I was really happy with the results. The fabric choice was n…
I managed to cut this top out of a piece of 1mt fabric that had several faults. I added a pleat to the centre front, a little hard to see in the photo.
I used the McCalls M6172 pattern view B. With a few minor adjustments, and no lining. The pattern sewed up easily.
Dive back into 1956 with this stylish two in one pant suit pattern!
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