Added by camomma on May 25, 2011 at 10:20am — No Comments
I am in the process of making a summer dress out of some gorgeous African embroidered cotton. The embroidery is very large and I am having trouble figuring out how to lay out the bodice pattern. I don't want to have a large flower on each boob.
Any thoughts would be much appreciated :)
So I have posted some photos- The first is of the bodice pattern pieces (side bodice and bodice front. I have altered it to be a surplice bodice.
It must be in the air, but I whipped this skirt up over the weekend in honor of the Ginger Sewalong going on over at my blog. Is anything quite so classic as red, white and blue? This Ginger Skirt - one of the latest from the Colette Patterns line up - was made from a thrifted vintage fabric. It's a…Continue
Added by Sunni - A Fashionable Stitcher on May 16, 2011 at 10:00am — No Comments
My sister and I recently had a jolly evening at the Churchill War Rooms, as part of the museum late nights event. It was the perfect occasion for the first outing of my newly completed red jumper. It's a 1960's pattern, but I thought it still went well with my nautical outfit, and I've never worried about mixing eras.
Added by nicoleneedles on May 15, 2011 at 9:20am — No Comments
Added by Mommy en France on May 9, 2011 at 3:23pm — No Comments
Hello Sewing Weekly Circle,
I have gained alot of inspiration and information from the sites and blogs I have been following for the last few months. This has motivated me into starting a blog documenting my sewing experiences. I have also joined a June challenge that will force me to organise my time and energies to create more garments and refashions to add to my wardrobe.…Continue
Added by Grace on May 4, 2011 at 1:32am — No Comments
I got the huff last night.
I invited my sister over for tea last night as she came interstate for a wedding (not THE wedding - a much better one - our cousin's) and we don't see each other that often.
We got some takeaway for tea as I had had to work late and didn't have time to cook. After we ate, she then proceeded to plonk herself in front of my telly and watch some crap show.
So I went off to my sewing room and worked on this week's…Continue