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Try this link... http://www.sewzannesfabrics.com/
There is a kwik sew one. Pattern 3423 or Pattern 3105
Quote: Originally Posted by frogger shopkumquat.com/fabric.php fabricfairy.com sewzanne.com I was going to recommend these too!
I have a tute for a tee shirt dress like that using a ready to wear shirt: http://sew-with-me.blogspot.com/2007...irt-dress.html It would be easy to make the bodice too - just find a tee pattern. I love otto creative workshop for shirts.
The first time I saw the ruffled culottes in the Chasing Fireflies catalog, I could not wait for the opportunity to make a pair. My daughter will not wear them because it is not a dress. So I took a chance and thought I would make them for the birthday swap. Moon if you are looking and you think your daughter would prefer a dress/skirt (I can always send a redondo). This fabric had been sitting on my shelf for a little while. I liked it when I purchased it but did...
Quote: Originally Posted by Christine&men Okay, I am late. I love the skirt! Is the pattern somewhere on the 'net? It is the Laguna pattern from Studio Tantrum. You can find it a bunch a places online. Just google and you will get a list of stores that sell it.
Quote: Originally Posted by mamallama beautiful work! Is the pattern tricky? Thanks - it is not hard once you figure it out. If you just take it step by step it really does go together pretty easy.
Quote: Originally Posted by frogger I like it! Is that the laguna pattern? Thanks! It is the laguna pattern.
I just finished a new skirt set. It is a two layer spiraled circle skirt. When your little one twirls you see the two layers. I am not sure I am in love this the shirt and embroidery yet. It will have to be modeled for me to know for sure - hopefully in the morning. http://i5.photobucket.com/albums/y18...unaKaufman.jpg Just the skirt: http://i5.photobucket.com/albums/y18...naKaufman2.jpg The embroidery &...
I am so tired of not being able to find jeans that fit me properly. So I decided to make my own. I like to wear my jeans around my hips and loose in the thigh area. To get that in RTW jeans - I need to size up and the waistband is ususally too big. I used the latest women's ottobre issuse for both of these patterns. I modified the jeans to taper more in the waist area. It made need to come in some more. A couple more iterations and I should have it exactly how I...
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