Monthly Archives: May 2011

Shearling fun

A bolt of synthetic shearling lent against the cutting counter at Gay Naffine‘s sale. “Wonderful fabric” “Make a vest in next to no time” “No need to finish off the edges” “You only need your length” “Deliciously warm to wear” … Continue reading

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Another skirt [still no progress on The Winter Coat]

Yes, I am avoiding the Big Coat Project, but I also need to update/renew my winter work wardrobe. I’ve changed jobs and the dress code is more corporate. The other day I wore a tailored jacket I made more than … Continue reading

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Blame it on my new colleague

Oh dear. More stash building has happened. Why is it my new colleague’s fault? Well, let me tell you. I received my 6 monthly notifications about Gay Naffine’s fabric sale last week. I said to He Who Cooks that I … Continue reading

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Skirt inspired by Jann

Do I need Christian Lomboutin for inspiration? Nahh! Jann is just as inspiring! Technical details Pattern: BurdaStyle 07-2008-113 Pattern Sizing: 36-44, I made a 36 for Felicity Fabric Used: Stretch cotton Changes I made: I lengthened the skirt to just … Continue reading

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