It’s very kind of you. :-) Thank you very much!
Yes, I am. I will show them, too. :-)
This is the first garment of a 5 pieces wardrobe. I like it long ago but I could make it last week. I wanted to stress the pattern with bias binding.
These can be ready quickly. Simple and easy just two side pockets. Comfortable pants and I can wear my boots on them. It’s snowing now!
You’re so nice, thank you.
It’s very kind of you, thank you!
Although, I like Lynette Scavo (Desperate Housewives), but I don’t like, that she wears plaid shirt almost every day. It’s so boring but there is a fact that her shirts are high quality and beautif…
I love the inside, too. :-) Thanks!
I glad to read it, thanks!
It means, that my newest autumn-winter wardrobe is full of gray. Together or combinated other colours, I like them.
This jacket is not too classic stlye but more than a cardigan. Warm, comfortable…
I looked around on your blog (and you’re very talented!) but I didn’t see your version. Show me …
Wow! This is one of my favourites from Burda!
Beautiful colour and decoration.
Really? The weather is upset. :-/
We ‘ve just leave to south of Europe as a holiday and I don’t …
Thank you! :-) Really? Show me your dress (117B)!
Your outfit is very pretty. You dress with style. I like it!
Light, thin and airy. So comfortable and perfect.
This summer was full of heatwave, long-lasting 40 Celsius. It’s hard and unusual in the middle of Europe.
Burda magazine 05/2009
You can rea…
Thank you! :-)
You’re right. I have to make it again, too. Similar to Liliv’s version.
After I’d shown my version I saw your one. I decisioned immediately that I have to make it again,…
Very comfortable, very easy and very light.
Thanks, Pippi! Unfortunately, nice fabric is expensive in Hungary, too. But, there is an Italian …
This is my newest summer dress. Comfortable and airy for heatwave.
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