Added Feb 9, 2013
This flowery happy fabric screemed to be turned into an easy throw me on Tunica. I used one of my favorite Kookai shirts as an inspiration. It took both my hands and my teeth to unstretch the shirt in order to make a pattern. I used warm brown soft elastic for the high waist and neckline and hemming the sleeves and skirt I did with the smallest stitching on my lock-machine I’m very happy with the result. In the summer I can wear it over top of my swimsuit and the other seasons I can wear it with pants or leggings and a T-sirt underneath. It always lifts my mood.
tiny-net ‘see through’ stretchy flower polyester Jersey that I bought in Sweden.
Meg's Magazine Mash Up 2014
See what pattern Meg is "mashing up" and see how you can easily sew along too!
Pull inspiration from faraway cultures with this rustic, travel-ready collection.
Fashion & Trends
Looks from Dior, Lanvin, and Balmain.
Pattern of the Week
The heart-shaped neckline and matching belt with buckle give this dress that retro feel.
Fill the tank and hit the road on a rock and roll inspired autumn adventure.
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