Thank you! I think the world needs a bit more cheer in it. :-D
I designed this full skirt to have pockets with a button enclosure, and a ruffle around the bottom. You can read more about it here or get the tutorial.…
Thank you! Yes, the parade was a lot of fun and the costumes were even better!
I drafted this skirt for the Mermaid Parade in NYC. I wanted something mermaid inspired, but not too costume-y so that I could wear it every day. It was really easy to piece together and I finished…
Thank you so much!
Thank you so much!
I used Vogue 6032 to make up this vintage cape. I had a lot of problems because I’m such a novice sewist, but I think it turned out really well! I’m very pleased with the cape and I just love walki…
Inspired by Marnie Madden from The Hour, I made a wiggle dress modified from Bluegingerdoll’s Billie Jean pattern. I modified the shoulders (to go over the shoulders) and I added a larger vent. It’…
I’m considering this a wearable muslin because I love this top, but I have a few things I want to change. I had issues with the neckline and had to take a few scallops out – but I want them back. …
I’m so happy to have finished this dress in time for fall. There are a few things I’d do differently, but the fabric just would not be have. That said, I’ve been working off and on this for a year …
Thank you! :-)
Thanks! The stripes were definitely the hardest part.
Thank you, thank you!
So true! Thanks!
I feel like I’ve been working on this all summer, but it’s really been a little over a month and it’s been more off than on so I can’t totally complain.
And why would I want to? I love this swi…
I made this pencil skirt over the weekend. I based it on a Butterick pattern, but fairly loosely. I added 4 inches in length, a back vent, tapered it towards the knees, and took out darts around th…
These are so cute! I love them!
As part of the Show Off Your Skivvies challenge, I made french knickers and a lace pajama top, both based on styles from the 40s and 3…
I made this for the Great Gatsby Challenge. I found the draping instructions for this 1924 dress on a vintage website and I followed them almost exactly – just left out the shirring in the back.
This is so unique and I just love the colors! Great job!
This looks amazing! Great job!
Well done, it looks amazing! I can’t imagine all the time and work that went into this!
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