Here’s how I went about a FBA on the pleated bodice of Vogue 1025.
Continuing on my quest for work-wear that feels like PJs, I finally jumped on the Vogue 1250 bandwagon and like a broken record I can add my cry to the masses – “what took me so long?!”.
Made from a soft golden light-weight double-knit found on Goldhawk Road, I started cutting
Thanks for all the lovely comments on the pjs – it feels good to actually finish something after such a long sewer’s block!
This is actually the second time I’ve made this combo – the first was for little sis’s christmas present. She was heading off to backpack through India and
I find myself with a bit of a problem. Whilst my brain knows that making a muslin is not a waste of fabric I seem to be physically incapable of disposing of one once it’s made.
Which goes a little way to explaining this odd sweater/dress hybrid.
I want to make an
Boy, that’s a mouthful but I really wasn’t sure what to call it!
This is a demonstration of how I made the illustrations for the Fall Palette Challenge wardrobe below.
(I just wish to apologise in advance if anyone who actually knows what they’re doing with this stuff is reading. It was
… and here’s part two. Warning, my editing software putted out on me so this one is pretty wordy!
In case it’s needed here’s the picture of the adjustments to the front piece:
The first adjustment should match the gap filled at Line 3 on the side piece. The next is to
Procrastination leads me to many crazy pursuits. In my desire to put off packing, I’ve been doing a fair bit of sewing and decided to try making a video of the full bust adjustment on Sewaholic’s Pendrell Blouse.
The result is somewhat awkward (god it’s awful watching yourself on film) and
Bastille Day was a few days ago but I still thought it was a fitting name for this pretty little red-and-blue print blouse. This was a last chance go at Simplicity 2372. I made the jacket a couple of weeks back and was a bit disappointed with the finished product.