I would like to make patterns available for my projects.
Looks fantastic! I love it!
I would say the peacock feather is special to me, reminds me of my little girl. She loves peacocks!
I like to make patchwork dresses and skirts for my daughters, or add a nice pocket made from a fa…
Sweet cover photo! I love the beauty and simplicity of the fruit. It does make me want to sew som…
I designed this pattern for a children’s dress, but decided to make one for myself. I added some elastic to the waist and a sash, in an effort to make it more womanly.
The neckline is elastic and…
I mostly gather. Pleats look so nice and crisp, though. I should do some more pleats ;)
Very cute! Sweet pictures, too.
I designed this skirt for a blog review on the Mom-a-Logues blog. I love making things out of pieces of my favorite colorful prints. We have a lot of quilters in our family, and I think this skirt …
I need a little pincushion!
I designed this pattern for my daughter. I have seen a few examples here and there. The style is so cute, I wanted to make one and I also put up a custom listing in my etsy shop.
I used 100% cotto…
Thanks for the kind words! I am flattered the shorts have inspired you! I hope to see a picture o…
I designed this pattern for my youngest daughter. I liked the first pair so much. I plan to make more for my girls and maybe a pair for myself.
These are made from high-quality and environmenta…
Very unique and beautiful design!
Very nice! Great design, great photo! Adorable ;)
Twirl skirt is made from two 44" wide rectangles of fabric. It has an elastic waistband. I added two contrasting, generously-sized pockets; lace embellishments; and a tulle ruffle at the hem.
I did see a photo of a woman wearing a pinafore. It was so lovely. Maybe I will make one for myse…
Thanks so much!
Thanks so much for the compliments! I do hope to make one for myself and sell adult sizes one day…
Impeccable! Great craftsmanship!
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