A new skirt to my new safary style.
These are my newest jeans and I love it. Comfortable and casual.
Natural outside and waterproof inside.
Instead of an ugly shopping bag.
Thanks freaky-philomeen! :) No, I didn’t. They are alike. Not too high but to the waist.
Thank you very much!
Really? Thank you for your comment!
It’s reassuring, thanks!
Is it too much to wear this fabric? I’d like to have feminine, tight-fitting military pants long ago and finally I’m ready… and I like it. I can wear with heavy boots or high heeld shoes, too.
Sportly with a lot of top stitches and shell buttons. I’m going to make a pair of pants for it.
Do you use this word: fontand? It means a lot of tiny figures on garment/fabric.
Basically, I made a blouse but it can be a blazer for my new pants what has the same fontand pattern just another…
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It’s really kind of you! Thanks for the nice words.
Thank you. :-) The hole is from the pattern, but I’ve never seen, before. I do like it. You’re ri…
This is the last one of the winter collection but I can wear it in spring, too.
My favourite detail on it is the sleeve’s button hole.
Wow, it’s really nice. Cool colours.
I made a similar one last summer but that was a Burda patte…
I hope we don’t have to wait for spring for a long time, but it is a winter skirt yet. I made it in december and it was perfect for the office. Feminine, sexy and smart.
Thanks. Yes, they are, I think too.
Thank you. :-)
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