A simple sleeveless shirt with a v-neck and a gathered front from the June 2018 issue. Perfect project to show-case a the sort of big, bold patterns I love but that always get lost in a more complex project. Super simple, easy-as-pie, cant-possibly-take-more-than-a-day.
Tag: Japanese print
I loved the look of this project from the moment I saw it; smart and professional but light and breezy. I was also intrigued by the “Colour-Blocking” use of the striped fabric – (do you call it ‘colour blocking’ when it’s all the same colour?)
BSM 2018-08-103 Red Umbrella Mini-Skirt This is a project from Autumn last year. I made it for my birthday trip to Arima Hot springs with my friends. The project The skirt comes from Burda Style August 2018, Swinging Sixties collection. Original is here. I loved the cool exposed zip and angled front skirt – a
Old Project Review – Full Skirted Dress, British Sewing Bee Book As summer is on the way I’ve been switching round my wardrobe this weekend. I dug around the back of my closet and pulled out all my summer clothes including this; my green swirly dress! This dress has a real special place in my
Pencil skirt With this project I actually started out with the fabric and then trying to find a suitable pattern for it. The Fabric Absolutely gorgeous pattern of trees and leaves in silver-grey and black. It reminded me so much of cherry blossom season here, of going to hanami picnics and looking up at the
Project: Burda Style magazine, May dress 109 Pictures Pattern (if you wanted to make this for yourself) When my copy of Burda Style May arrived I was so excited to get started making all the gorgeous dresses! I fell in love with 112 – the cross-over back, the flutter sleeves that would be perfect