By Eliza M, 07-Dec-2011 11:22:00
I have finally finished the new wriggle skirt pattern and made the sample skirt in a size 10, it's really classy if I don't mind saying so myself. I will post a photo of it this week. Crucially easy to make, and depending on which fabric you use you can choose whether or not to line it. If you are new to lining garments this is the place to start. I made my skirt in a cotton fabric, ( you guessed it Roses on Black 100% cotton, but only because I love it so much) and a black polyester to see how it draped when made. Polyester is cheap to buy and actually looks good on, especially if you are new to sewing you can try out new designs that will be wearable but not expensive to make by using the cheaper end fabrics, you can graduate onto silk and satin soon!
In between all this I made one of the Charlie's Aunt bag patterns (see bag kits) as a gift for my mum, and it has turned out fabulous, I used a velvet material with diamonte buttons for a bit of Xmas bling..it took two afternoons to make and is beautiful and practical.
Happy sewing and have a wonderful Christmas!
1. 16-Dec-2011 12:28:00 by joythompson
Wiggle skirt looks great!
Where can I find your interview article?
Wish you a Happy closing to 2011 and An amazing New Year with New Designs!!!
2. 23-Feb-2012 17:30:00 by jayne stevens
Thankyou so much for all your help on the dress, i was very happy with the service and how helpful you was. Also it helps that you can get a pattern that fit so perfect. And also the wiggle skirt pattern is fab. Thank you jayne
3. 23-Feb-2012 18:45:00 by clarahiara
you're welcome! thanks for the lovely feedback. I am adding to the collection all the time so if there is
a particular style you'd like to see in the made to measure range we can add it to the collection. Eliza x
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