That is so sweet! thank you!
Thank you! I was afraid at first it’d be too yellow…
This dress was made by mixing 2 Burda patterns: the #117 dress from Burda 06/2010 for the bottom and dress #116 from Burda 05/2013.
I also made the back pieces a little larger so I could smock th…
I often mix bright colors together. I think it makes them even brighter ;-)
Thank you! this fabric is very very splendid and I was spoiled to receive it ;-)
I’ve been meaning to make this shirt for ages now but just couldn’t find the appropriate fabric until I found this lovely cotton & silk voile.
I used this pattern: http://www.burdafashion.com/fr/1…
I received this beautiful Italian cotton from a friend and hesitated during months about how to used it the best – without wasting any of it. I ended up making this long skirt, cut in the width of …
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