This top is so easy to drape and while I had to draft the sleeve and the skirt (also easy) I loved the results so much I made it in a wine colored wool and matching neoprene skirt with a couple of adjustments of course. The skirt is a knit blend (the same I used for the Nina Ramel Jumpsuit sample) and as luck would have it was perfect for this ensemble.
Bell Sleeve Turtleneck knit top with Fit and Flare patterned knit pants. For this ensemble I used a two way stretch knit for the top and a fabulous patterned four-way stretch knit for the pants. Full details coming on my next blog post January 9, 2017!
During my recent travels back east I was able to take a few photo's here and there. Of course the weather outside was frightfully cold but I did my best to bundle up in one of my fab wool coats and extra long knitted scarves. See more pics on the original post from the October Archive.
I love this velvet lounge wear and definitely see more of these coming in the near future. This little ditty is great for hanging out in my studio studying and planning out my next big project. See all the Deets regarding this ensemble from the December archive.
My Take on a 2016 Summer Favorite Simplicity’s Cynthia Rowley pattern 8124. The pants of course are the Nina Ramel Collection jogger pattern and it is definitely one of my personal favorites for the summer as well.
Our first ever Nina Ramel Collection pattern released via our fabulous partners at www.boostrapfashion.com. This fabulous jumpsuit is a definite winner with a sexy little twist that I think you'll enjoy.
One of my favorite looks is this chic faux suede full circle skirt and chiffon blouse. The skirt is so simple to make and great for beginners who want to try their hand a chic yet easy project.
Ahhhhh that wool wrap top and neoprene pencil skirt. Oh what I wouldn't give to get my hands on more of these fabulous textiles just one more time.
Burda Full length cape and matching pants was definitely a fan favorite. I have to say this Burda Pattern was and is a staple over at My Daily Threadz.
The little black dress that launched it all for me as a new blogger. You know what they say "Every girl needs a little black dress" and this one did the trick for me and my blog!
One of those looks that made people do a double take! The orange Bustier was just the pop of color these fab crop leather pants needed. I adore this look and will rock it for many summers to come.
Chic off the shoulder knit cape perfect for those cool spring and summer nights. The DIY on how to make one of these chic capes can be found on our DIY Page.
Merging this McCalls coat pattern and an earthy warm Ankara print textile proved to be just the right touch for this California Fall look.
Draping the ideas in my head produced this one shoulder top with cape sleeve. I'm currently tweaking the final pattern so stay tuned for the final product coming to the blog page soon!
Need a look for those fabulous holiday parties or maybe just hanging out with the girls! Well this look is definitely a winner! This will definitely go down as one of my all time favorite MDT looks EVER!
Really love this little knit dress I created using New Look Pattern S0945. While I did make some adjustments to the pattern itself It's still really easy to accomplish, Check out original post dated January 6, 2017 for all the details
My take on the extreme flounce top and hip hugger pencil skirt. Trust me all you need is some great stretch denim a little bit of time and BLAM Magic happens.
A good wrap blouse and pencil skirt goes a very long way. I mean can you ever really go wrong with either of the two. Well actually NO!