Like most crafters, I love craft magazines. My bookshelf is overflowing with an array of different issues, everything from: crochet, knitting, beading, paper, you name it… I’ll have a mag about it somewhere. They are such a wealth of information for what’s happening in the craft world, new ideas & where suppliers hideout & can be found. However, & only due to lack of time, I don’t usually contribute to them.
So, when I was asked if I could come up with some ideas to revamp clothes for little girls for the new Embellish Magazine, I was at quite a loss as to what to do – after all, it’s rather ‘left field’ for me…. nevertheless, always up for a challenge, I came up with these simple patterns that I feel sure will prolong the life of that favourite skirt/dress for the little miss in your life.
Embellish is published by ArtWear Publications & also the home of Yarn & Felt & Magazines. If you haven’t done so already, check out these great magazines, you’ll be pleasantly surprised… enjoy
13 thoughts on “Something a bit different from me…”
Bonjour, Nice to unify you, I am alise
Congrats Ren…this looks fabulous
I think you did a wonderful job Ren. Those trimmings are so gorgeous and swishy just what every little girl loves. Congrats on the article too.
thanks Mel, I like the green one too & so happy they included it
yes, the belt is Tunisian crochet – all the instructions are in the article
Congratulations Ren! They both look fantastic.
Those are just charming! I have a niece that would flip!
Thosenare such snazzy outfits, well done and congrats Renate
What a clever idea! Is the pink belt also crocheted?
very nice Renate! I love how the little dress looks with the green fringing on it 🙂