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Sarah Magill

https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/225912238/1950s-style-wrap-o

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13 March, 2015



27 October, 2014

  • 08:59 AM

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    Sarah Magill added the project PDF collar sewing pattern
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    Really easy to make Peter Pan style, detachable collar. Instantly download the pattern and make today! Try plain, patterned, embellished fabrics; why not a Christmas fabric and give as gifts?! So m…

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  • 08:55 AM

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    Sarah Magill added the project Camp's Bay Top PDF Sewing Pattern
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    A versatile, easy to make smock top/tunic with bib-front for you to make at home. Designed and pattern-drafted by me with detailed, illustrated instructions.

    Link takes you to the small size, bu…

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24 May, 2013



25 April, 2013

  • 04:29 PM

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    Sarah Magill added the project Sirkel skirt PDF sewing pattern
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    A simple, 1950s-inspired circle skirt with slim waistband and back zip fastening. The pattern can be easily adapted to suit your needs- why not make one with an appliqu Scotty dog on the hem, wear …

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13 March, 2013



24 December, 2012

  • 10:28 AM

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    Sarah Magill posted a message on Sarah Magill's wall

    Just found the pics- great job! The buttons are really gorgeous!

  • 10:27 AM

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    Sarah Magill commented on the project Summery Helena

    This is gorgeous! Love the red buttons!!

  • 10:26 AM

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    Sarah Magill posted a message on Sarah Magill's wall

    Hey! Lovely to hear from you. I’m so glad you like the pattern :) Lucky you! It’s miserable, wet and windy here, so no chance of me wearing mine!! I’d love to see photos. Have a great Christmas. Be…



7 June, 2012

  • 12:04 PM

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    Sarah Magill commented on the project Indian Sari Dress

    No, not at all! It’s pure silk, so you have to be careful not to snag it and also use a fine, sharp machine needle or it can pucker, but otherwise pretty easy to work with.



30 May, 2012



28 May, 2012



27 May, 2012

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