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Burdastyle 10/2016 # + True Bias Ogden: Culottes with silky top

Oh culottes!! If only I could make my mind up about them! My love/hate relationship with them goes so far that I don’t even know whether to love or to hate them at any given time. 553 more words

Layering for Spring

Ugh, this week. I’m very glad it’s over! Last Sunday evening the hard drive on my laptop gave up completely as I was trying to back it up (oh the irony). 775 more words

Grainline

Pink Ogden Cami - using leftovers!

I didn’t have a lot of the pink silk/linen left over from my Carme blouse – but it was just enough to make this… Ta da!! 300 more words

Cotton

Emerson pants - wearable toile

Oh my God I love my new True Bias Emerson pants!

They are incredibly comfy and even though I made this first pair in a less than drapey cotton sateen, I can already see I will wear them often. 270 more words

Cotton

Work-Out Hudsons

Do you know the joke:

How can you tell if someone’s vegan?

… don’t worry, they’ll tell you.

(Sorry vegans, but I’m about to make a point!) 501 more words

Sewing

PATTERN HACK // FRINGED SUTTON PONCHO

Hello, dear reader!

When Kelli of True Bias initially released her Sutton Blouse I hesitated buying it. But as I studied its pattern lines (squinting my eyes at the computer screen just like an artist does to reevaluate his work), a vision struck me: if I use a wool bouclé, add a generous hood and some fringed detailing, oh yes – this would make one perfect layering poncho! 489 more words

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