No I haven't and yes I need to, deperately!That dress is HOT! Great work!I love that the completed one is the one that was in pieces in your last post. Glad the bot is feeling better. Have a lovely night with your Bren. X
Oops, I mean boy. X
Beautiful dresses, love them!
oh. they are utterly fantastic! the shape is just brilliant and i love love love the use of napkins. i'm so glad you posted the finished thing!
Very special indeed! And isn't it always so special that the housework awaits us once we're done!
You must be pretty proud of yourself, these dresses are amazing!! You look great in the first one, woo! Clever work with the napkins xo
Look at you hot mamma! Cant wait to see these for real tomorrow!!
They look great! My wardrobe is a tragedy really. After having my son I gained weight and gave bags and bags of great clothes to goodwill. Now I have a few basic, drab things to my name...
yes i rediscovered the love of vintage clothes after i threw out my size 14-16 clothes and now wear size 12. I want to sew again! You inspired me with your garments.
Michelle, instead of the sewing frenzy you offered can you take me jogging instead?
Bahahahaa have I updated my wardrobe lately... I'm wearing jeans so worn they have holes in the inner thigh. Sexy huh?!You on the other hand, look delicious. Love how it's turned out. Pose in the yellow one too please. An action shot? Go on, I'm living glamour vicariously through you.Glad to hear your boy is feeling better - I think i've picked up a bug from my lil man that made this week rather hellish...sometimes i really do cheer hooray for just being the nanny.
what a gorgeous dress!Love your choice of fabrics - very inspiring. Did you make the pattern up yourself, it sure is a very flattering fit...
Yes, i made the pattern. Its loosely based on a favourite dress of mine.
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