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Give me an S! ESS! Give me a H! HAITCH! Give me an I! EYE! Give me a... oh dear, this is going to take all day. Quick, say it with me now: GIVE ME A SHIRT DRESS! YEAH! I have wanted to make a shirt dress for years. Yes, literally years. But the perfect pattern always eluded me, despite extensive searching. The problem is, most shirt dresses come with a pointed collar, which I don't like.
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Embroidery? Sheer tulle? Grosgrain ribbon waist? Oh baby, take me there! I saw a RTW version of this dress when scrolling through fabric on Etsy, alongside the fabric itself, and although no doctor was present to confirm anything, I swear my heart stopped a beat. Then restarted itself, beating fast with passion fueled by the desire to get my hands on this fabric as soon as possible. Click,
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What do you get if you cross a vintage pattern from the early 1960s with cool faux leather coated woolen fabric? One totally rock'n'roll dress! I didn't' actually expect this dress to turn out so sassy, but when I first made it the skirt was ginormously long! So I cut a wide swath off. Then I decided that it needed to be shorter still. So another swath was cut. Then I
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Jorth Knits by Jorth - 3M ago
There was wind. There was rain. There was one very misbehaving shoulder petal. But fear not - photography conquered all! I think this was the quickest project photo shoot I've ever done! We managed to scamper back to the car before the heavens properly opened, but it was such fun! Even if most of the outtakes feature me pulling various glaring faces at the shoulder petals as they decided
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Before we start, I would just like to say that no dresses were harmed, splashed with salt water or got flecked with sand during this shoot. Ok, ok, maybe a little. But gee, wasn't it worth it for the fun and pure child-like delight of splashing about in the ocean in a fancy dress! I say that this dress is a mash up, but what I really did was use the bodice from Vogue 9100, and then
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Summertime in the city, And all I can think of is pretty dresses and Liberty. So with no lack of perspicacity I give pattern and fabric propinquity Ok, Kanye's job is safe. Which is a thought that really does chafe. A good rhyme, sadly, I maketh not. But a cute dress - yep, I hit the spot! I LOVE LOVE LOVE (like a dove, from above) this dress! It has all the elements a frock needs to
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Frocktails! It's bigger than the Grammys, Emmys, Oscars and the yearly dinner for the Queensland Philatelic Council! Usually much much thought goes into planning my outfit, with many accompanying mind changes, but this year I knew exactly what I wanted to do - pretty much a grown-up version of my girl's iceskating outfit, but with added feathers. I think I TOTALLY nailed the assignment! In all
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Jorth Knits by Leisl - 10M ago
Have you ever had that feeling where you walk into a fabric store, and suddenly you are stopped in your very tracks by the most perfect fabric ever? You find yourself becoming uncharacteristically shifty, furtively looking around to make sure that no other customer has seen what you see, then you scurry over to the counter (trying, the whole while, to keep your little moans of joy quiet)
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