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Let’s kick-off this week! The red accents will add energy we need so desperately on Mondays. So – Red on Monday! READ MORE >>>> This begins TODAY! Don’t miss a single session
One of my best pieces in the wardrobe is my French jacket. It is perfect when traveling for business as it is easy to transform from casual to business look.
You have these moments when you see a piece of a fabric and immediately know what you want to make out of it. That was exactly with this piece of a little stretch woven satin. It was just enough to … Continue reading
Fabric panel in gold with black velvet-like pattnern … What if you don’t like a circle skirt? You sill can use it to make a jacket to wear together with your little black dress. Jacket?! Coat?! Yes, and very simple … Continue reading
Yes, that’s true – Shingo Sato will be in the Netherlands. Nelleke Rimmelzwaan and Willie Molendijk-Kamies are organizing this fabulous event. Shingo Sato will give 3 days Masterlacass twice – one in Arnhem on 17-19 March 2016 and the second in Alphen aan den Rijn … Continue reading
Grab a chance to wear self-made circle skirt during the Xmas Dinner. With this gold and black panel fabric it will be a piece of cake for you. I have just listed it in my RPT Couture shop on Etsy. … Continue reading
Some time ago I have bought a black cashmere/wool fabric for a coat. I have a dream coat on my mind with: high waist pleat at the back collar souds not so complicated. Meanwhile – 3-4 muslins further – I am … Continue reading
While waiting for mojo to start working on my buttonholes in the French Jacket I decided to refresh my other muslin for the next one. This old picture reminded me that I still have to shorten the sleeves. By Red Point … Continue reading
Long ago I have bought the KwikSew pattern 2740 – Misses’ Tops. It is VERY simple, strait froward pattern. If you just starting sewing, starting using knit fabrics (jersey, interlock) – this is a perfect pattern for you. It is … Continue reading