I usually have a lot of trouble finding jeans to fit my booty and my waist consecutively, but not anymore. Levi's has a Curve ID range and if like me you struggle to find jeans, then may I recommend you 'av a look.
I have made this 1970's top, whose pattern details I just don't have with me (I lent this pattern to my sister). It was very quick and is super comfy. The bottom seam keeps on rolling up. Anyone have any tips on how to fix this without an over locker??
|70's style tshirt|
I've made a couple of Sorbetto tops by Collette, and will definitely knock out a few more. This first one, I omitted the plea,t as I just managed to squeeze my size onto the scrape of fabric. It is made from a vintage cotton, maybe from the late 50's. I love the muted tones and muted flower pattern, I wish I had 4 metres of this. And the second top is old fabric again, very synthetic, maybe 60's or 70's. It is light and drapey and perfect for this top.
A little while back I won a fabulous print made by Esz from Kittys Drawings. I finally had her framed and now she sits beautifully with my Trechikof and J.H.Lynch prints. LOVE.
|Print by Esz|
|three fab gal prints|
And just because I am a proud Mummy. Here is Alby, who started school this year; with a fabulous drawing that he has done of a dragon. Last year Alby never drew, just wasn't confident. Now he is using the whole page and it is amazing. *Sigh* .
Oh and here is Ginger looking alot like Rosie the Riveter, while helping her mama do some painting recently. CUTE!!!
|Ginger the Riveter|