Folkwear ‘Frontier shirts’, #212 I’ve made this up three times before, mostly using stretch poplin of different types, including my rose/zombie attack one, and one piped in navy which has now been passed to Dawn as I expanded again. Both of those were from the option with a shaped yoke, and front fastening. This was … Continue reading Yes ma’am! Frontier shirts for Dawn #1
And here she is- a rainy garden, coffee-mug-clutching photo shoot. Simplicity 1732, Arkivestry coat. 100% lambswool in charcoal grey, trimmed with black peachskin, lined in posh paisley stuff. All sorts of tricksy little couture touches, and she’s a happy bunny indeed. Job’s a good ‘un. Continue reading Dawn’s Coat #12: Twirling in the garden!
This has been hanging around while I got on with Dawn’s coat, and it’s been really annoying me! Such a simple project, left dangling, literally. Recap- it’s a beautiful gored skirt, with a high, boned waistline. I’ve made it up in the red/black embossed African wax cotton, which is softer and more fluid than most … Continue reading Edwardian 10-gore skirt #4