Hi! Congrats to all who those who made the list! I think that my vote went to the artwork on t…
So…Katdat- I just did the same thing again and again- the last time my husband did the same thing…
Hi there Katdat, I am feeling your pain. I have had mine uploaded for days now and it is also st…
I am just wondering. I have had my project uploaded since February 8th, it shows up…
Very pretty and great photos!
Thanks so much Mary!
Xo!!! Don’t ya though!
Thanks! That really means a lot! You are really sweet Smallone!
This Schoolhouse Tunic Pattern is a Sew Liberated Pattern. The fabric is an Art Gallery fabric.
I used a remnant fabric that I found at Britex in San Francisco. It is a Black fabric with a bit of Navy Blue. I found it to be a real interesting fabric, so I had to get it!
The Pattern is B…
It is huh?! How the heck are you Meg! You have been one busy girl sewing, haven’t you?Your b-f…
This was made from the free pattern offered by Colette Patterns.
Thanks Monique! That is so kind of you to notice!!! Have a great day!!
Thanks RescuedThreads! Still haven’t acquired the skill to making the cording without getting bl…
Hi Mary! I had Tea and a chat with Doris Day on my Christmas list las year- so this is pretty cl…
Thanks Lilo18!! The photo was really fun to do! My 16 son helped me a little with it! :)
Hi Skeeter! Thanks! I was going for fun, so that’s great!
Hi Kisses! Thanks so much!
I chose option 3 of the 3 options. This option allowed me to change the pattern to reflect my personal style.
This particular dress was sewn using the Jamie Sheath Dress pattern found in the B…
Thank you very much- I am contemplating a crinoline underneath for a little change up. Just for …
Thanks so much Jenny! Means a lot!
Thanks so much! I felt great in it- and thanks for complimenting the fabric choice!
Thank you Mary! It was a lot of fun!
Hi Vanessa! Thanks so much! It was a fun quick project!
A fun easy skirt that has a little swing.
I self drafted this dress during the summer. It came together real easy.
This is the Colette Lily Dress Pattern.
BurdaStyle Project of the Week
Meg made this edgy variation of the Open Back Dress!
Pattern of the Week
This fitted jacket will keep you warm and stylish on those cool summer nights!
Dive back into 1956 with this stylish two in one pant suit pattern!
Member Project of the Week
Get inspired by printed floral bustier dress with flounce! It is so summery.
The style is cool and sporty beach wear that can be worn anywhere!
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