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Sew It Yourself: Lace Trench Coat

As soon as the latest Sewaholic pattern was released, I bought it. A nice trench coat is such a wardrobe staple that no closet is complete without one, so therefore, I needed the Robson in my possession immediately. I love the look of military inspired outerwear with feminine details and Tasia really answered all my sewing […]

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Sew It Yourself: Mustache Skirt

Are you beginning to see a trend with me and the Alexander Henry fabrics? I may or may not be a little obsessed… but needless to say, I can spot them when I see them! This skirt by Folter Clothing was no exception. That’s unmistakably Alexander Henry’s “Where’s My ‘Stache?” print in the Taupe colorway. […]

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Sew It Yourself: Very Cherry

This adorable Heidi Dress by Pin Up Couture is …well, it’s adorable! But my goal for 2013 is to make all of my own clothes (especially dresses)! Here’s how I’d recreate this one: Pattern: Cambie Dress Pattern by Sewaholic – $17.98 Fabric: My Cherry in Black by Michael Miller’s Fruits and Veggies Collection – $8.98/yd (I’d […]

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Sew It Yourself

You know you’re a fabric nerd when you’re window shopping online and immediately recognize the fabric of a cute dress! I’m mildly obsessed with Alexander Henry, so when I stumbled upon the Bygone Days Dress at Modcloth, I knew right away that the “skeleton toile” fabric used was from his Midnight Pastoral collection. I also knew […]

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Inspired: Dita Dress

I found this gorgeous dress while browsing around the interwebs yesterday, and I knew I had to some how re-create it. The dress is from Dita Von Teese’s MUSE collection and was designed by Dita herself, based on two of her favorite vintage dresses. I am so inspired by this dress and am now on a […]

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Make This Dress

I love falling in love with a dress, and then realizing I can recreate it myself! There’s something extremely satisfying about sewing your own clothing. I’m definitely adding this project to the top of my list after the Queen City Craft Bazaar is over. I’ve got A LOT of things to do still to prepare […]

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