The Wednesday ShowcaseJanuary 25, 2017 / byRhonda Buss / Categories : Feeds
So inventive, she took the 2 Vogue patterns pictured below and created this sensational jumpsuit.
What a fun little dress. It all came about because she had leftover grommets from another project and wanted to use them up.
Besides beautiful pictures, and lovely garments, an aspect of her posts that I REALLY like is that she keeps account of how long it takes her to make a garment. Great resource. So, check out her blog, I know that you'll be so happy that you did!
Be sure to come back on Friday as a new Sewbussted's Material Witness episode will be up. I think it's a fun one :)
Have a wonderful day!
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