I made a pyjama set (COMFY ELASTIC SHORTS & BLOUSE) from a £3.50 size 14 maxi dress from a christian community. French hem encases the raw edges (side of blouse) gives it a sharp structured look at the sides:
I should really remove the brand labels now they are handmade! I used thin black elastic with an ornate zigzag and reverse stitching & extra zigzag - cautiously!
|Dress or fabric? Fabric!|
Yes you could wear them outdoors as a matching shorts and blouse set, but for me - lounging will suffice! Proud of these as they are so comfortable - a perfect fit, and also quality fabric to wear. The original maxi dress, chair attacked by white blood cells:
|Gold postbox, Henley|
|where have you been all my life!|
When I returned, Burda August magazine had arrived. I love that Burda magazine caters for current and upcoming fashion. I used to associate pattern-sewn-clothes with rockabilly 50s style and wasn't interested, but now I see creative inspiration. It's not just red ginham netted dresses, cherry print cupcake cardigans and skull appliques! I cut and resewed two skirts from dresses: Mod Vintage for Work. Here is the mens tie shirt I wore Crueltyfree lipbalm: green tea / rootbeer Hurraw, the cinnamon is great too. It's amazing: Three Cinnamon Pukka.