What gorgeous fabric, I’m so glad the pattern was a success for you, a really lovely dress!
Thank you Jenny. I only added the rose one. As Flickr seems to prefer people to not add other peo…
They look great!! Love the rose set. (I cheat and use premade backs now too :) )
You are welcome and I hope you make something lovely with it!
You are most welcome :)
And it’s you who makes the seam-allowance guide!! I saw that a while …
Just-below-the-knee 30’s inspired bias dress. It fits snug over the hips and the lower skirt flares out into a 1⁄2 circle.
The V-neck bodice is cut on the straight grain and finished with a facing…
The girls look really terrific, so glam! Thank you so much for showing the pictures. I’m very gla…
That’s just great :) Thank you so much for telling me and I’m so pleased you got good use of it….
A dress made for myself based on photos I saw on the internet of a 1940’s dress that I just loved the look of. The skirt and sleeve patterns were from two separate dresses I’d drafted and made prev…
Dress and coat are just lovely… look beautifully made too!
A glamorous 50’ inspired stole tied with a big bow. This was a project I originally did for Making Magazine (UK) in December 2010.
Reversible 50’s style stole closed with centre front bow.
Looks great! Thank you for showing your pictures of it.
I tried to reply to you and hit the ‘innapropriate’ button by accident… sorry!!
Meant just to …
Thank you all for your nice comments :) !
Such a pretty dress… as chula said, everything here works!
Chic coat and love your lining choice!
I love the fabric and that you went with your instincts… great result!
That fabric and your bow addition have come together as a very cute T-shirt, I like it!
I love the simplicity.
I would also appreciate clarification before I upload any more projects and patterns…..
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