My first Anna (By Hand London) dress, made to wear to a university Ball celebrating sustainability and the arts :)
The dress is fully lined with a pale blue rayon. Beautiful navy fabric is a bam…
A comfy little black dress, made from the newest pattern by Lindsay Woodward Designs!
I made a secret two-piece (the top tucks into the skirt) using a lightweight knit fabric.
My new favourite thing – it’s so comfortable!
Hacked Simplicity pattern for bodice. Gathered skirt + lined bodice, made using some gold streaked organic cotton jersey from my stash….
This is my second version of Megan Nielson’s Darling Ranges dress.
The fabric is an unusual olive green floral rayon from my stash :)
Raised neckline, shortened hem, cuffe…
A last minute project that turned out far more lovely than expected!
Self drafted pattern, loosely based on an RTW dress in my closet.
Beautiful cream linen used for the skirt and bodice lining…
Thank you! :)
The problem with new projects not appearing is happening again.
Another simple Coco top. Plaid flannelette pocket cut on the bias so that it stretches with the knit fabric :)
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A cute striped Coco top made from a lightweight knit.
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Patchwork oven mitts with cotton wadding. A fun project to brighten up my kitchen :)
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A cute kimono sleeved blouse made from some leftover knit fabric in my stash.
Pattern used: Simplicity 9427 “Design Your Own Blouse”
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I have the same problem as the last few comments. Projects aren’t showing in my studio or on the …
A super comfy knit dress with a cute print. Made from the Coco pattern by Tilly Walnes
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