I made this top using McCall’s 6167. I have recently discovered that I love tunics, so I’m trying to make more! I used a stretch cotton shirting. I don’t love making shirts (so many parts!) but …
I love cowl necks lately, which is funny because I used to hate them on me! I made this top to wear as a layering piece. I used Vogue 8634 in the tunic length – it was easy, only a few hours to m…
I used Vogue 1258, a Vena Cava design. I was worried it would be too much for me, but I really like it! My blog entry for this dress may be found here…
This dress was made using McCall’s 6277. I love the big cape sleeeves – so breezy and yet warmer than sleeveless! It reminds me of several 1970s patterns I’ve seen, and I’m in a bit of a 1970s mo…
This dress is made from a DKNY pattern for Vogue. I thought it would be a big sack, but it turns out that I really like it – it’s so comfortable!
Believe it or not, I didn’t own a black skirt before now! I wanted to remake the beignet pattern, this time using a stretch woven for a little more comfort (I love the original, but it is… fitte…
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