Thank you : )
Cheers. It’s one of my favourite things to wear
Wrap dresses are so versatile!
I never usually go for polka dots but I ended up drafting and sewing up this top. Used Winifred Aldrich’s Metric Pattern Cutting to get the pattern down, that book is the best. Wish I’d bought it a…
Love this pattern. Your blazer looks so cool, lovely work.
This is rated Easy and it was a dream to put together. Nice little faux wrap dress that sews up without any drama. Fabric was a gift, how lucky am I? More pics and details on my blog http://sewsmit…
wow, that is lovely. Such a beautiful piece.
I made this in a few hours just before heading out for NYE. I’m not sure what I was thinking putting such a tight time restriction on myself but it worked! Used an existing shrug, traced round, se…
thanks : )
If you’ve not had a chance to check out Winifred Aldrich’s Metric Pattern Cutting, demand it for Christmas/birthdays. This is a self-drafted mini-skirt with pockets and it was a real pleasure to pu…
By the power of Aldrich’s book Metric Pattern Cutting, I made myself this skirt. I probably say this all the time but I really mean it this time. This is my new favourite skirt. More pic and detail…
This is my version of the free download from Goldfinch and Eagle, the Helena Skirt. Nice easy project with a lot of potential for different looks and fabrics. More pics and details on my blog——> …
I say “modification” I actually mean I just left off the skirt part of the dress and made a top. This dress was hugely popular about three years ago, never one to be left behind, here’s my version….
Brilliant dress! Going to check out your blog now, well done!
Fantastic, great fabric choice and looks fab on you!
A self-drafted maxi-skirt. Really practical and has got loads of wear! Come on over to my blog for more details and pics and say hi x—→http://wp.me/p2Sq8e-ls
I’m sorry but you’re having a laugh, right? Bantam-inspired trousers?
Thanks! He’s an absolute monster!
This is from Hisako Sato’s first Drape Drape book. Looks like a bit of a nightmare to assemble but not as tricky as it looks. Lots of fun to wear! More details over on my blog———>http://wp.me/p2…
couldn’t agree more!
I made this skater dress to help me use up my fabric stash. I pulled apart a top I’d made and wasn’t very fond of and sewed the pieces together to form the skirt. No pattern, just used an existing …
Little summer top from a 1974 dress pattern. I’ve only just got over the horror of using such a slippery, thin fabric but it worked! More on my blog
Fantastic! So easy to follow too. Thanks for sharing!
A very quick project to make. I liked the print so much I didn’t want to mess about with too many pieces so this is just three seams. I folded the fabric along the right side, decided on the neck a…
Sewing & Techniques
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