Loving you and this dress
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Loving you and this dress

Happy Valentine’s Day! I know…

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What’s shaking?
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What’s shaking?

Somehow, despite all the events…

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Swinging Sixties
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Swinging Sixties

Oh my word, do I…

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Spooky Scary Spiderwebs
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Spooky Scary Spiderwebs

One day I’ll run out…

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Bunches of flowers
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Bunches of flowers

Greetings from the inside of…

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Dreamy dress
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Dreamy dress

Part two of my “build…

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I am calling this one the lotus skirt because the shape of the pockets makes the skirt flare out beautifully, just like a lotus flower. From even before the banana palm sun dress with patch pockets, I’ve always wanted to find more interesting ways to incorporate not-so-usual pockets on my garments. Side-seam pockets are great, and they definitely have a place in my wardrobe, but why not make the pockets one of the main features of the skirt? And of course, pleated skirts are one of my favourite skirts to draft myself. I love how they add volume and body to a garment without adding unnecessary fullness to the waist. So when you put those together, I guess what we end up is an A-line pleated skirt with inbuilt pleated pockets. I’m officially in love. I eked out this design from 1.2m of gorgeous textured fabric that I bought while I…

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