Crow Demons Child [Complete]
You are the son of Sebastian Michaelis but you don't know him because you were taken away from him after you were born and your mother died from something and...
Inspiration: Sashiko & visible mending | Nora Knox
As I spend more time on embroidery , I’ve been searching for inspiration—thinking of different ways to stitch and how to use the thread to communicate a feeling or story. I’ve been paying attention to how others stitch too, and I just recently learned about Sashiko and visible mending. Visible mend
Butterick 6269 A
Butterick 6269; ca. 1970s; Young Junior/Teen Dress in Three Lengths. Rounded square neckline, A line dress has empire or waistline elasticized bodice and short puff sleeves or full length sleeves with elasticized wrist. With or without self tie bow./span Contents[show] Links to reviews/blog...
Large round neck puff sleeve with plaid dress from FE CLOTHING
S: Bust 76 / Length 80 / Waist 66 / Sleeve Length 21 M: Bust 80 / Length 81 / Waist 70 / Sleeve Length 22 L: Bust 84 / Length 82 / Waist 74 / Sleeve Length 23 - Online Store Powered by Storenvy
Gorgeous 60s 70s Dress Balloon Sleeves Bishop Poet Maxi Pucci? long Designer Dress Ossie Radley
+ + + Please read before buying: Due to the current Corona-Situation DHL is not shipping to several countries. Please contact me beforehand so I can check if a delivery is currently possible. If not Im happy to ship as soon as it will be possible again. Thank you + + + Absolutely amazing maxi dress
Style 4913 Womens Full Sleeved Blouse with Ruffles 1970s Vintage Sewing Pattern Size 14 Bust 36 inches
Style 4913 vintage sewing pattern; ©1975. Misses' Set of Blouses: Blouse has front button fastening and long set-in sleeves gathered into buttoned cuffs. View 1 and 4 have collar. View 1 has self fabric frill. View 2 has bias neck-tie. View 3 has neck flounce. Size 14: Bust 36 inches / 92 cm Waist 28 inches / 71 c
While I was researching last week's post about slow fashion, I found so many beautiful examples of sashiko (Japanese quilting)-inspired mending and boro, the traditional Japanese practise of mending indigo-dyed cloth again and again. (Click the link to see a blog post with many beautiful examples of boro!) Looking at all these lovely things inspired…