cheapfabrics.co.uk, tissufabrics.co.uk I like both of these
Any help availabel with this link ? http://sewing.patternreview.com/patterns/9803
I just use greaseproof baking paper, cheap and cheerful.
Beautiful! Such a great choice of colour
haha, and extra lazy – I couldn’t be bothered to put a zip in :-) Thanks for the comments.
Thanks both! Just got a text from her mum to say she loves it and doesn’t want to take it off. Sh…
I loved this dress when saw it in the Burda mag and made it almost immediately so I’ve had it for quite a while now.
As it looked just about perfect to me in the magazine I did more or less a …
My niece really wanted a reversible Sleeping Beauty dress as in the Disney movie it keeps having its colour switched from pink to blue. I tried suggesting a two tone fabric instead that changes col…
You absolutely should, i think 20s are such a beautiful style. Can’t wait for the Gatsby movie to…
I got one too. Forwarded it to the contact email for this site the other day
It’s brilliant! and your photos are lovely as ever :-)
Ahh, viva the difference in tastes :-) I loved quite a few from this collection when I got the ma…
Trurofabrics.com is good plus bridalfabrics.co.uk looks good though i haven’t tried them
Have you checked the pattern review site to see if anyone has reviewed it before? http://sewing.p…
I bought drapedrape2 as i preferred the patterns in there from what i remember. I looked online f…
I certainly skip the linings quite regularly if the fabric is thick enough on its own :-)
Where isn’t it fitting properly? I don’t think I’d have added any inches to the pattern pieces as…
Really gorgeous! Love the fabric.
Ah, nice choice! I was thinking jersey fabric may be suitable but it says the fabric needs some ’…
Another pattern I loved the look of from Burda (Dec 2010) and which I made a while back. It’s actually for petite sizes so I had a practice at lengthening a pattern which worked fine. May well make…
I loved the look of this dress when I saw it in Burda (Dec 2010) and was determined to make it, but oh what fun I’ve had with it (not!!!).
I made the dark green version first using a moleskin t…
Dress up outerwear with deep shawl collars and sew up a lovely fitted dress with a flounced hemline.
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