Thanks so much you guys! I have to admit – I actually had no idea this was 100% silk fabric when…
Thanks so much Mary & Rita!
After I purchased some fun Michael Miller quilting cotton, I quickly realized what fun garments they can become.
I refit a 1940’s McCalls 7838 blouse pattern to be a bit more fitted for the thic…
I used vintage Butterick 7651 for this dress.
Cutting out all of my fabric took at least 3 separate evenings. The skirt is made up of eight gores. Originally it was only 6 gores, but I separ…
After seeing all of the lovely cut-out dresses, I decided to try it out for myself for Valentine’s day.
I used Simplicity 3016 for the dress and Simplicity 1655 for the bolero, both vintage pa…
Thanks so much Deanna!
Thanks so much efh, it’s such a simple blouse, but I think I added more ease so I didn’t have to …
This is my first go at the New Look 6808 pattern.
This fabric is some sort of cotton blend. It’s quite shifty and loves to shred the moment it’s cut. Honestly, I think it’s most likely a low…
I bought this satin-backed cotton blend fabric this past fall/summer from the bargain section of one of my local fabric stores. I love lining in garments, so I figured this fabric is the best sinc…
For this skirt I used a wine-colored, double knit crepe material of some assorted mix; it has lots of stretch and is quite drapey. I cut out the pattern and started stitching up this easy pattern….
For this blouse I used the vintage Butterick 7592 pattern.
The pattern’s original collar is the little aqua one, but I thought the blouse needed something “extra” and I added the white collar …
Thanks so much MojoHollz. :)
I have very few basic white blouses so I stitched up this Violet blouse (via Colette Patterns) to fill the gap in my wardrobe.
The blouse is made of bamboo and has a lovely drape, although its v…
Plan a weekend getaway in these sweater dresses and furry accessories.
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