Sew your own Short Lace Top I did a little tiny poll on Facebook, to see what I should do next, tutorial-wise, and this is the result. I made a top like this quite a while ago, and I thought is so simple, that it should be shared as a free tutorial with a pattern [...]
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I like it, when things look good, and I think that both single and double welt pockets look really good. They’re kind of classy, right? :) Warning – TONS of pictures! :D I made a pair of skewed single welt pockets in my latest jacket: Yes, I know I am beautiful and badass! ;P Ahem.. [...]
Here’s a picture guide on how to print and assemble your PDF pattern, that you purchase here at BeMyGoth.com Exception: The Faux Fireplace, The Underbust Corset, The Gothic Lolita Collar and the Neck Corset, because they were made in the olden days. :) The Underbust Corset and the Neck Corset are printed on single sheets [...]
I don’t think I can stop making pencil skirts – I think they fit me the best (the size I am now – I think) – and since I have made a pretty decent pattern (if I may say so ;P) of such a skirt, I’ve made another one. I bought some turquoise thick satin, [...]
I’ve been away from my computer for a week – I hope you’ve all had it wonderful! ;) In the meantime I’ve been reviewed by Amy Mayen of SewsNBows.com – and she’s been really really cool!!! Check out the Lucinda Skirt review! I think we started talking together because if a comment she once wrote [...]
Make your own Striped Fabric Bracelet I love bracelets, and I love making them! AND I love stripes! I don’t get why I don’t wear stripes more often… I’ve made a little tutorial on how to make a pretty striped bracelet with crystals glued on and snap buttons. I made one for fun, and I [...]
I’ve finished the project that I have been working on for too long! YAAAAAAAY!!! Freedom!!!! Mostly because I’ve been procrastinating two thirds of the time… I’ve just not been inspired to finish it – mostly because it’s not for myself, I guess. It’s a dress that’s going to the Etsy store Elegantly Adorned, that my [...]
The Making of a Tailor’s Ham Finally I’ve made my own tailor’s ham! I’ve been contemplating it for quite a while! I’ve been reading a couple of tutorials here and there. They said that I either needed really really fine sawdust or scrap pieces of fabric. But I didn’t want to do the fabric, because [...]
Today I went to visit my old school, where some of the students were showing off their latest assignments. A collar assignment. 3 of them had made jackets and one of them made a dress. I think they’re all very very lovely and so creative! I remember when I went there, it was all creativity! [...]
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- Outfit of the day. :) the lucinda skirt and the short lace top in white. ;) http://t.co/eSi38JVfRJ1 day ago
- Goodmorning! And now for some costume making before I am off to work. :P have a wonderful Thursday! Cheers! :)1 day ago
- Uuufff! I shall never buy this polyester costume fabric again... I feel like I am betraying the spirit… http://t.co/rnERTWSr7T1 day ago