Category Archives: Liberty of London

I thought today would be as good as any to showcase my Ogden cami’s. I have been making them almost daily, and most days I have made two or three. I’ve already show you a couple here and here, and today I’ll show some more. Its just such a good pattern that yields a great […]

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I knew I wouldn’t be able to hold out long before I lengthened my Loretta to a dress.  A very thoughtful friend gifted me a beautiful cut of Japanese Liberty chambray featuring the iconic Capel design, and it fit the bill perfectly because I knew I wanted to live in it.  It feels SO good. […]

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I’ve been feeling a need for some changes in the wardrobe department. I’m trying to accept that the world thinks the 90s grunge look is cool right now even though its just awful, and that my body isn’t the same as it used to be and I need to dress to make it look good […]

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  • Love your blouse Meredith! So light and flowing for a warm summer day :) I belonged to Seamwork for almost a year but then realized I wasn’t keeping up with the patterns. I had so many credits accumulating in my account it was getting silly. First of all I’m not a fan of PDF patterns.I have a few but really I must be arm twisted into it :) and secondly the majority of the patterns just weren’t falling in with either my style or type of garment I like to make so I just stopped. I’m a fan of Colette – still subscribe to the newsletter and have several of their printed patterns which I love.ReplyCancel

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I love making gifts for others, but I find it hard to find handmade gifts to make for the men in my life. What is something practical that they would use? What can I use to make a gift that isn’t cheesy? I’m all about the marriage of utility and beauty when I make anything, […]

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  • Patti Al

    Love the wallet and the cork you used. The initials are a great added touch. I have a grandson that would think it is super special to have a wallet like that. Very well written.ReplyCancel