Posts Tagged ‘dress’

The Christmas Dress, or and update on the Blue Velvet Dress.

Do you remember the navy blue velvet dress I was about to make back in …ehem…September? Well, turns out, Vogue 8280 wasn´t really for me. Because this was a style of dress I hadn´t tried out before, I decided to make a trial dress. A wearable muslin if you will. The pattern was great, and…

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Sewing plans: Vogue 8280.

A good friend of mine is getting married in November, and I really want to make a new dress for that event. Believe it or not, I don´t really have any winter appropriate party dresses, and you never know how the weather will be in November. Especially in a chilly church. Before we moved, a…

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Another FO? Simplicity 1995.

Simplicity 1995 dress

Hello hello! Can you believe it? I have another FO to show you! This is a dress that´s been finished a while, but I haven´t had the chance to take any decent photos of it until now. This dress goes under the name The Dissertation Party Dress.  Back in May, my darling defended his PhD-…

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FESA update: The jersey dress

Burda Knit Dress in Teal

I am almost finished with my corduroy pants, but I have a little left on them. I did however make this jersey dress last week. I had it cut out a while back, and when I finally started to sew, it was quite easy to make. The pattern, BurdaStyle 05-2010-103, is originally for woven fabric,…

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Ramblings on lace, trains and dresses.

This in one of those days that just turns out completely different than you think. I was off in the morning to take the train to Stockholm. I needed to go to the Norwegian embassy, because I need a new passport. My old passport doesn’t expire until 2012, but I am going to New York (yaaaay! Museums! Art! Fabric…

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On my sewing table: 1970s wrap dress

I have just posted a question on Sew Retro about this dress I´m working on, and I´ll just post the whole thing here as well. Hope someone can help me! 🙂 Hello everyone! I am currently working on a wrap-around dress from the 70s (don´t you just love the colors and the accessorizing of the…

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