woohoo, washi two! i made this dress, oh, a week and a half or so ago. before the washi pattern was officially released, i’ll tell you that. Rae had sent us testers the changes she was making…
Washi Dress, pattern from Made by Rae
Based on size XS, small bust adjustment. The "U" was too low for me, so used some scrap fabric as backing and added a bit of piping to it. Next time I'll omit the " U". Fabric is double gauze Nani Iro Poppy Trip. I used a little less than 2 yds.
mustard washi dress (craftiness is not optional)
I wanted to love how this dress turned out-but a few things happened that leaves it hanging in my closet. But….I still wanted to blog it since not everything is a triumph! and I will give the washi an
15 Smart DIY Small Bedroom Storage Ideas
Here are some of the most efficient DIY small bedroom storage ideas that will make your tiny bedroom bloom with storage spaces, left, right, and centre.
Washi Tunic and Black Bird Tunic
Washi tunic (on me) and Black Bird Tunic on Aurelia, both in Nani Iro fabric. I bought this Nani Iro fabric (Field Star) with a gift card I won to Jones & Vandermeer back in April, with the sole intention of making a Washi tunic with it. Well, finally I have! And there was enough left over to make a Black Bird Tunic for my daughter! First, the Washi: Washi Tunic, using Nani Iro double gauze. I bought a paper pattern from my local quilt shop, and as per Rae's suggestion I also got some…
Jess’ Boatneck Washi Maxi Dress + how to (Made By Rae)
When I posted my boatneck maxi version of the Washi Dress a while ago, I promised to share the version that Jess made last summer that inspired me to make mine. This fabric is “Sinister Swarm” rayon f
Belle Chrysanthemum Washi Dress for Me!
I made a new Washi dress! I am getting more comfortable sewing for myself and wearing my creations. I think this dress turned out quite cute! My first Washi was this top I sewed last year. I thought last summer was going to be "my summer of Washi" and bought several fabrics with an intention to make variations of Washis. But after the very first Washi and the dart issue I had, I was frustrated and stayed out of it... But I cannot stay out of it forever! I love the style and have seen many…
Washi Dress and Tunic
I finally got around to making the Washi Dress, and after one I couldn't stop! I made the first one as the full length dress, with pockets. (Love the pockets!) I can't remember the fabric name, but I've been saving it since Corinnea made her School House Tunic. The dress version is with no alterations. The second version is the tunic length out of the purple from the same line. At first I put the shirring lines in the wrong place and it was WAY too tight. I picked out all but three lines and…