Row 1 (left to right)
Nancy‘s dress is a Christine Haynes pattern made with reversible sweater fabric.
She actually made these shoes, hand-sewing the sole on with blanket stitch.
Suzanne draped sari fabric for a self-designed wedding dress, sewn over her own custom-boned corset. (Sewn in the midst of pre-wedding festivities & milling guests.)
Row 2 (left to right)
Bev very kindly helped Tori by Franken-patterning a flower girl’s dress for her granddaughter to wear at Tori’s son’s wedding. whew! Talk about quick turnaround!
..And she found time to sew the ASG ever-popular DKNY Vogue 1179.
Norma shows her wares from working through the Craftsy bra course.
Leanne used linen knit from Patch for her Grainline Hemlock Tee (it’s free!)
Kay sewed “Children’s Choice” shorts from Oliver & S.
Marilyn sewed a sweater for her lucky sister with McCall’s 6796, making her own ribbing at cuff & shoulder by pin-tucking the fabric.
Lorna draped this panel on her mannequin, finding the best approach when patterns weren’t work.
Elizabeth used special fabric from her grandmother for this McCall’s 7018 shirt.
Pat embroidered special “Sea la Vie” pillows for the back of the house pillows.