Second dress using this pattern but instead of using different fabrics I used stripes and placed them at different angles.
This is such a beautiful pattern, and I was so lucky to fit me because I wouldn’t know where to start altering it. I made it in this ponte as a test, and as I’m very happy with the fit I plan to ma…
I made many many mistakes while sewing these shorts, but lucky for me the black fabric hides all the errors.
I merged the Scout pattern with an old dress I like and came up with this “pattern”. I didn’t use a zip, since the fit is very …
Great pattern with clear instructions from Grainline
I did the usual petite alterations and an FBA. It’s very easy t…
Thank you! I looked at you profile to see your blouse, but it’s not there :(
I used the top panels from this pattern and drafted the bottom panels myself. I basically draw a straight skirt starting with the Burda panels as the top of my skirt, cut them at the diagonal lines…
I made this dress inspired by both Roisin from Dolly Clacket and an Oscar de la Renta dress. I used Simplicity 2444, a pattern that Roisin used many times and I…
I skipped the ruffles as my fabric is already too busy. I’m usually a 38-40 but after measuring the pattern I decided to cut 36 and my seam allowances were a bit more than 5/8, so this pattern runs…
I love the shape of the sleeves at the shoulders, even though they’re not the most comfortable sleeves ever :)
Left out the flounces, as they’re not something I would wear.
More on my “blog”…
Wow, what a great jacket!
T-shirt made using Deer&Doe’s free pattern Plantain
A shorter version of the ByHandLondon Anna dress, this time with pockets.
I had to grade it down and it’s still a little big.
I used a seersucker that had the lines running diagonally. I had to cut everything on the cross grain and then underlined everything with muslin…
Thanks! It’s a great pattern, flatters any body :)
Anna dress – By Hand London in red polyester crepe.
The pattern is from a 2011 Patrones magazine. Easy and comfortable, the viscose is a dream to wear.
I love your dress, I’m buying the pattern right now!
Thank you! :)
Pattern Description – Mid-calf dress has close-fitting, self-lined bodice with side front and back seams, flared skirt with side pockets, back pleats and zipper.Bodice back extends into tie ends.
Sewing & Techniques
See how Meg made this edgy dress using the Janome Artistic Edge Digital Cutter!
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