Thank you!!!! I am very happy with the shoes as well!
Thank you :)
That’s what I was going for! Thanks!
Thanks! I didn’t realise I was featured! :D
I made this dress based on the Coffeedate pattern for my graduation from university! I changed it a bit, to be off the shoulder and have a V-shaped back. I also made the skirt pleated.
Very nice :) I was in Edinburgh recently as well, its such an amazing city!!
Very cool! :D
I made this for my mother a few years ago, but the only photo I have is from before I put all the buttons on. The fabric is a beautiful wool, and the lining is a very pretty blue. The buttons are m…
Yeah the fabric is even nicer in real life :) Thanks!
Thank you! It is actually applique! :)
Here is a waistcoat I made for my boyfriend to wear at the Fresher’s Fair at my uni to advertise our new Sewing and Ethical Fashion Society! Made entirely out of second hand clothes. I drafted the …
I made this dress for about 5 euros, with fabric from my favourite shop in Athens. They sell leftovers from other shops for about 1-3 euros a metre. This fabric is a kind of two-tone green and blac…
Hi, I didn’t know about this method, and I just did a quick search and read about it. It sounds v…
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