Aww, thank you so much for the lovely comment Mary
Thank you Nicoline!
Thank you so much!
One of my favourite and most special projects to-date! I used the Sewaholic Cambie pattern as my base, but made it strapless and added a polka-dot tulle overlay.
I wore a bought wedding dress for …
Aw thank you! You definitely will love this pattern – it looks great on everyone :)
Thank you so much!
That’s such a good approach Mary – I think I may start doing that too…I have far too much fabri…
Thank you for your lovely comment!
This dress was actually made as a muslin for the dress I made to wear to my wedding reception – but I decided to make it out of a lovely soft cotton in my stash, and now it’s one of my favourite ma…
Thanks everyone for your lovely comments!
I made the dresses for the flower girls at my wedding this year. So happy with how they turned out.
I also made the page boy’s tie that you can see in the first photo. Same fabric as the girls dre…
I decided to try recreating some lace knickers I own over the weekend, and discovered they are super easy to make…so I made a tutorial for them and posted it on my blog!
Check it out here if y…
So pleased with this cowl neck top, because I drafted the pattern myself! This is the first time I have ventured into pattern drafting, and loved every second of it!
The top itself is made out of …
I LOVE Ikat – this is such a great dress!
I found a cheap curtain remnant in my local fabric shop for £1.50 and loved the pattern so I snatched it up and decided to make a cute pleated skirt. The heavy fabric sits really well as pleats and…
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