Every year, a small town nearby has a rockabilly festival. People dress up, dance rock & roll style, do their hair and makeup and display old fashioned cars. There is even a pin up girls competit…
That’s just adorable! I love novelty prints :)
I used Kwik Sew 305 as a base pattern and added some shaping from some of my favourite loose-fit tees. The neckline is also traced from an existing tee and the sleeves lengthened to 3/4, with about…
This reminds me of Keira Knightly’s dress in Atonement. Just divine!
What a good idea, and it turned out really cute
That is really clever!
Project Runway do make some fabulous patterns, and Simplicity 1873 is one which has spawned consistently perfect iterations. This yellow gingham doona cover was just right for the pattern. Unfortun…
There are so many lovely versions of this pattern on Burdastyle (gathered dress with cap sleeves) that I really had to make one of my own. This floral sheet really emphasises the femininity of the …
Everything about this top is perfect! It is amazingly over-the-top, in a fantastic way. And that …
I love that print!
That is really cute! Now I want a Bridgette dress :) PS What is ponte de roma?
“Girls, girls, girls. You’re both such lovely girls. You’ll be sharing sugar in no time. Don’t fight. And if you do, fight nice…with pillows… and jim-jams.”
As the nights got cooler, it was …
What a beautiful dress. It is elegant in its simplicity. Well done!
Sweet…like peaches? Lol. Thank you :)
Thanks so much!
“Goin’ to the country, gonna pick a lot of peaches…”
Well, maybe not millions of peaches, but there are certainly enough to justify a cheesy song reference! Made from the bodice of the ubiquitou…
That colour is fantastic! Love it.
Thank you! I was surprised to find a sheet in this colour as it is so unique.
I used the waistband from Simplicity 2698, which I have used before, and drafted a half-circle maxi skirt to match. The waistband has had a bit taken off the front as I made it a bit too wide last …
I agree, shirt dresses are the best!
Thanks! Shirt dresses are just fantastic, aren’t they?
Lisette’s Traveller Dress (Simplicity 2246) is my dream dress pattern – a collared shirtdress with a gathered skirt, not-too-fitted bodice and cute little cuffed sleeves. I knew when I found this …
Cut from old net curtains, 36W x 40cmH (folded). Sewn with a 2cm turnover and threaded through with cotton yarn. Aiming to reduce our huge plastic fruit and veg bag collection!
Wow, that fabric is incredible! The colour just pops and it goes so well with your hair :)
Beautiful fabric and execution!
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