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Fraternal Twin Myrtles

Myrtle is easy to like. She’s drapey and flowy and cool with pockets and now she’s longer than ever.  These two were made about a month apart and both are made of rayon challis.  I’m not sure why it never … Continue reading

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Me(and mini-me)-Made-May 2019 week 3

5/15 Kit Appleton, Rose Oslo 5/16 Colette Myrtle Muslin, A-Rainbow Twirl Dress 5/17 Turner Overlap is made of what I’m certain was originally a Craftsy fabric, but that went to fabricmart as a pre-cut when Craftsy stopped carrying garment fabric.  … Continue reading

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Me-Made-May 2019/Mini-Me-Made-May 2019/Adrienne Blouse

Day one:  Navy Fumeterre Skirt and Mustardseed previously unblogged Adrienne Top, Kwiksew Underwear Feeling Killer in this outfit.  Loving how comfortable it is and the giant pockets.  Maybe it’s time for another Fumeterre Skirt.  Bonus:  I finally have the perfect … Continue reading

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Considering Style Elements: 10 Tips

You don’t need to define your style. You can refine your style instead. Copying a “style” may not get you where you need to be. It won’t tell you how to integrate more than one style. Instead, find what suits you, what makes you happy and what makes you feel good. Then practice putting those elements together to create your style. Continue reading

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