So after some time (like 2 years) I decided to try making a knit dress again. And thankfully, it worked out very well! This is KitschyCoo’s Lady Skater Dress pattern, a great, easy and flattering d…
Tanks :) The pics without the cardigan are with a petticoat underneath, the one with the cardigan…
The sewing communtiy love for this pattern is well-documented on the internet :) I got the pattern for my birthday, from my parents-in-law and it made it to the front of my sewing queue very quickl…
Oh no, I hate it when that happens! Can you alter it or make something else of it?
An easy full gathered skirt, made out of 3 panels of 60 cm, with in-seam pockets and a slightly less gathered lining.
You can read more about it (well, there is really not that much more to tel…
Adjusted Franzi in panther-print cotton twill. I changed the neckline and left off the back straps, and used some big snaps instead of buttons. Most important: I won’t make a complete pantsuit from…
Exactly! But it doesn’t always turn out like that… Thank you!
I used Colette Iris as the base. Made one front piece out of the two. Moved the zipper to the back. Added slash pockets and cuffs. Put them on and wore them 3 days in a row :) so comfortable!
thanks! it’s really comfortable too :)
so cool what you did to that zipper! The dress is really pretty, you look great in it.
it looks great! And I guess you found a great solution too for people who don’t have someone to h…
your skirt looks great, well done!
I was looking for a simple pattern for this knit fabric with busy print, and ended up making a dress from the Renfrew pattern. I just added the skirt parts of another dress and went from there. I t…
nice skirt! The fabric is really pretty, good choice!
I moved the zipper to the back to avoid making buttonholes…
The skirt is made of stretch jeans, paired with some flowery cotton leftovers from another skirt. I really like the result!
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