Yay! The bustier makes me smile. It’s Burda Magazine pattern #127 and I made it out of a scrap of vintage Hawaiian tropic-colored fabric that I had left over from hemming a friend’s dress. I lined …
What a gorgeous dress! And I agree, your stripe-matching is exquisite, so lovely!
Ahh Elizabeth, you’re fabulous, thank you for the awesome note. The stripe-matching, I know, I kn…
Thank you Lady Nunu!
Thank you so much Abicairns! These are an original pattern that I drafted. :)
Learner-in-progress disclaimer: Shouldn’t have used striped fabric without taking the time to match them…poop. Other than that sloppy move, I’m so happy with these! They are just what I wanted th…
Yay! That’s the whole point. Wait, maybe it is…is it? Is Ikea taking orders for these? If so, t…
So excited about these! Eventually I’ll get tired and create a new pattern but until then…
Areas of improvement: Cutting the center front bodice more carefully so that patterns match up nicely…
Your drafted pair is so much more amazing than the ready to wear. Bravo!
You’re such a complimentary dear Urbandon. Thank you. Monique’s hair, yes, truly a wonder to shoot.
Tungufoss, thank you so much! I do love me some Peaches.
My favorite pattern style yet. Drop crotch (harem) hammer pants in place of the shorts version. Same strapless bodice, this time with coil boning and underwire. It’s super comfortable.
Same pattern with pleather bra cups in place of real leather. Added underwire for extra boobie support.
Still working on the pattern but they’re turning out fun and quirky. Unconsciously channeling Dolly Parton does island Dallas.
Behind the seams with Marina von Koenig Part 2
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