Thanks! Yes the fabric is really nice to sew with!
Thanks! I like the high neckline too!
I made Burda 7083 wrap dress in a Liberty cotton lawn. The dress took an evening and the following morning to complete. The Liberty lawn was a dream to sew and press and I would recommend this to a…
I made Colette’s Sencha blouse using a grey cotton lawn with tiny polka dot print. The blouse took a while to fit as all sorts of things didn’t fit, including the neckline, the waistline and the he…
The books are very inspirational, highly recommended!
It took me a while to pick up the courage to make clothes from the pattern magic books! I’m sure …
This top is made using Pattern Magic Book 3 – Stretch Fabrics’ instruction for Loophole View B with an asymmetrical design. I used a simple cotton jersey for the top and single folded tape cut on t…
I made this tote bag for my little niece who just turned 4. Every year I made a dress for her but she’s growing up so quickly I think this year an accessory would get more use. The fabric is streng…
Beautiful! Love the colour combination!
I sew this T-shirt in an afternoon! The fastest project ever due to it’s simple design and the fact that the back and front are cut as one piece. I used a cheap viscose jersey with black and grey s…
I made two Chinese silk brocade jackets using Burda’s 02/2012’s pattern no. 112. The silk brocade fabric and lining was bought in Hong Kong in a traditional Chinese department store. I made a long …
A quick and easy blouse using Burda 01/2013’s light cowl top pattern. I used a silk satin fabric from Liberty and planned to make a dress initially. It turned out that the silk fabric clings to my …
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