Thank you! It was no end of frustration but I’m glad I persevered! Have to keep sewing!….
offtt rather you than me!
Only the two…I’m being good…let Loose I’d turn all of my fabric st…
Thank you so much!
I’ll have to step up my game after browsing through all of your wonderful proj…
Winter is coming….. so more capes to fill my wardrobe!
This is a fleecy concoction with some paisley loveliness I had in my fabric pile.
Polka dot dress inspired by those fab fifties gowns and the massive skirts.
My first attempts at petal sleeves, sharp collar lines and a tulle under skirt.
That is so beautiful and for a first try aswell!
So fab and it looks so professional, congratulations on such a good job!
Thank you so much. It certainly tested my skills….and patience!
I’d been asked to make a dress….which went through many different ideas, fabrics, styles lengths and patterns before becoming what you see now……
Crochet poncho :D! Followed a tutorial on youtube but it wasn’t quite what I wanted so with a few tweaks of my own boom here it is :D!.
I’m sure it would actually….doubt my mother would let me go that far as I had to really persuad…
The dining room chairs were looking a bit lack lustre so with a fab bit of fabric and a handy staple gun I’ve given them a bit of a re-vamp :D!
Things I’ve crocheted so far, using bog standard double knit wool and crochet needles.
This is so lovely, you’ll have to post a pattern for it because I definitely need one in my life!…
This looks lovely, and the choice of fabric is fab! can the pattern be bought/found online? :D
Thanks! I made it a while ago and now its a bit big! oh well :D
Thanks, It was a bargain, gotta love ebay :D
A Skirt made from ebay bought light denim. Also my first attempt at freehand embroidery on my machine, which turned out ok once I’d worked out how to drag the material around effectively!
Another dress for work wear but this one I made specifically for under my graduation gown. I also tried out the decorative stitch on my sewing machine around the collar and sleeves and the blind he…
Adress I made for when I eventually get an office job. I made the cowl neck detail detachable so I could play with the look a bit more. :D
A cropped paisley jacket made from cotton fabric from ebay :D It’s not quite finished yet as I’m still at war with the lining but I’m loving it so far :D :D!!
BurdaStyle Magazine US
Get an inside look at the patterns from the first 4 issues of BurdaStyle US
As an early special Black Friday promotion you can now enroll in the course ($80 value) for $49.99!
Sewing & Techniques
Learn how to use your bodice sloper to draft this popular collar style
What Burda Academy Course is Right for Your Sewing Style?
Pattern of the Week
This is a quintessential ladylike coat with turned down shawl collar and fit and flare silhouette.
You must allow our "request for permission" request to login to Burdastyle with Facebook.