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I made nine cakes this morning and burnt every single one of them! Gutted! i had to ask my lovely neighbour to put two in his oven and even they burnt. I am losing my touch. Just way too much heat. Ah well!
MrsC, lol I know exactly how you felt. I love to bake but have more misses than hits…
How fun! I love your grey skirt =D
Everything is so beautiful and you look like a doll in your handmade clothing! I really love your style. So fun!
I love your choice of dresses – both the fabric and the designs. What a clever gal you are!
I’m so glad I found your blog. You are very talented. And I’m most envious of your tiny elephants fabric. 😉
You are so talented and you look beautiful in your designs! Thank you for the blog.
You are very skilled and talented. I love the clothes you make. I find your blog really inspiring.
Lovelovelove the blue and white, both fabric and dress. So glad I found your blog (via buzzy bee – sorry can’t remember blog name – cloth fabric scissors?). Look forward to more!
Love, love, love that dress on you sitting on the log. It suits you beautifully and it looks so well made.
Lovely! Big Ditto on the pretty rosey dress! Just beautiful!
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Fabulous collection of home-made goodies!
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Great collection. I have the fabric in the last dress in my stash. I’ll let you know when I make it up – this summer:)
Amazing collection and talent, all from one person!
i finally made the floral print last week. We rock.
Great collection. I particularly love the skirt from the border print. Part of what slows me down is that I insist that anything I make will go with something else I have. When color analysis was “the thing”, it rather imprinted in my brain and I have stuck with those colors, with one exception. Now that the hair is mostly gray, my beloved “rose brown” does not work as well as it once did. I figure if I stick with the same neutrals for the basics – navy, a Williamsburg blue (grayed), true gray and my fun color – teal – then pretty much all the tops and sweaters work with all the bottoms. Also, I am retired now. While I no longer need the variety of clothing I once had, I have never stopped loving clothes. Someday it will all get done and it will all (for the most part) work together. and even though I am a “summer”, I still find myself drawn to rose coral and will continue to wear it.
You MADE that purple sweater? Are you joking me right now? Holy amazing!! Seriously I am beyond amazed. I would so buy that.
Oh my goodness, you are super talented!
Hi there Lainey here ,well I am fairly new to the whole blog thing, I’m not to sewing( / or creating my clothing and environment) to reflect my personal sense of style ! While looking for inspiration I stumbled on your site . Refreshingly you’ve shared what’s brought you joy and I love it! Your adorable and I found myself feeling more self accepting , thinking kinder thoughts and totally excited to jump back into my fabric stash ! So thank you for taking the time to put some of your self out there !! Fellow relentless crafting compadre Lainey
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Hello! I’m quite new to sewing and I’m trying to find some nice patterns that aren’t too difficult, but everything I find is sort of 80s power woman or just a bit daggy! Where do you find the lovely patterns that you’ve made?
Hi I love your designs .. I was wondering did u know where I could find a pattern for a ‘mullwt’ style ball gown?
Hi, I just want to know if you can repair/alter clothing, in particular bras. And how much do you charge for this service?
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These are all so lovely, well done!
Hi, I hope you don’t mind, but have added your beautiful blue pastel coat to my blog! We are having a discussion about pastel winter coats and I noticed you are way ahead of the crowd! Your coat is beautiful! I am going to have to get planning my winter wardrobe!
I really love you blog, you’re really inspiring!
Very inspiring work, great choice of fabrics too.
Fab blog, You are a very talented lady!
I just wanted to say I love the tailoring done to the coat, the looks good and a very unique neckline is used.
How are you are seat cushions? I want to make seat cushions, that I can turn inside out (not flip over) to reveal a different pattern/fabric. I live in South America. Understanding what I want and how to explain it when I am spanish challeneged, is overwhelming. Pointers, tips, or websites you can send me to with this info would be great. Pictures speak a thousand words when trying to communicate in a foreign language. I prefer to sew myself by have no idea where to begin. Help!
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