Than this of Juliet…

Style Arc Juliet.  Described on the site thus: “The tie front effect of this cleverly designed pattern provides an ultra flattering silhouette. The ¾ sleeve adds to this stylish shirt.” I used a soft, light blue/brown chambray from Barry’s warehouse.  I actually bought two lengths of this, on different occasions as it’s so nice [and … Continue reading Than this of Juliet…

Something for the Weekend

Here’s this weekend’s sewing plan:  Attach a buckle to the red pattern-testing dress, which will complete it.  Here are my options [just arrived], I veer towards the little rhombus, which is supposed to clip into the white frame…but I don’t like that] Then I want to fix by lovely Vogue#1405 dress.  The hem went all … Continue reading Something for the Weekend

Clock This! #1

Reconstructing History #1031, 1910s Peplum Skirt. Clock fabric from Dunelm Mill, quite pricey [£10/m] AND I had to go back for more as I didn’t buy enough the first time round.  Poop. It’s beige, which of course isn’t very me, but it’s a lovely weight, rather linen-like in texture, and, well, I dunno, it hooked … Continue reading Clock This! #1