12 finished projects

The 12 finished makes… 

Number One
Sewaholic Alma

1. Ease of make: This is my very first make and I didn’t have any difficulties but with enough challenge to make you feel like you’ve accomplished something (zips, sleeves, neckline)
2. Where have I worn this? I have worn this at work and for going out with friends
3. Cake or Frosting: Definitely cake
4. Would I make this again? Yes love the cap sleeves
5. Would I recommend? Yes

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Number Two

Colette Ginger

1. Ease of make: The classic A line skirt with a really cute waist band,  Easy to make yet still structured.
Nice invisible zip
2. Where have I worn this? Haven’t yet but willing the Autumn.  It way too hot at the moment for corduroy
3. Cake or Frosting: Definitely cake
4. Would I make this again? Yes and next time I want piping
5. Would I recommend? Yes

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Number Three

Tilly and the buttons Mathilde

1. Ease of make: Challenging enough to still be fun, with cute pleats.  7 Buttons and buttonholes
2. Where have I worn this? work and social 
3. Cake or Frosting: Definitely cake and frosting
4. Would I make this again? Yes please
5. Would I recommend? Yes there are difficult parts but all well supported with brilliantly instructive tutorials


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Number Four

made-by-rae  Buttercup bag

1. Ease of make: Really very easy.  I love the magnetic snap and handy pocket
2. Where have I worn used this? everywhere and almost everyday
3. Cake or Frosting: Definitely cake and frosting
4. Would I make this again? Yes  and I’m thinking cute Christmas present purses this year
5. Would I recommend? Yes definitely  its a lovely pattern and its free and downloadable so there really is no excuse.  You can also buy a pattern for a larger version of this bag if you prefer a bigger bag

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Number Five

April Rhodes Staple dress


1. Ease of make:Super easy and so satisfying
2. Where have I worn this? social (theater trip) but could see me wearing it to work
3. Cake or Frosting: Both
4. Would I make this again? Yes I loved the shirring and who doesn’t love a dress with pockets
5. Would I recommend? Yes, its fun quick and has brilliant instructions a must for everybody

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Number six
By Hand London Victoria Blazer

1. Ease of make: Not too tricky, especially with the photos to refer to

2. Where have I worn this? I haven’t yet
3. Cake or Frosting: This is cake 
4. Would I make this again? Yes but it would have to be a pretty frosting verion next time
5. Would I recommend? Yes, great pattern

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