Let me tell you about some sewing treasures I would like to own, ok?Sew Iconic, on Amazon and let me tell you, I WANT IT! It has patterns and directions for making famous dresses that Audrey Hepburn, Grace Kelly, Rita Hayworth, and several others wore in their films. I'm crossing my fingers that there will be color photographs included. I know that sounds silly to say, but I bought the book Famous Frocks and was disappointed by the fact that there were no photos, just paintings. Not into that. I want to see real people in the clothes, not imaginary people in watercolor paintings, thanks.
Cambie dress in both views. After seeing all the cute versions popping up online it made me realize that it would be such a nice dress to wear this summer and that I need it! Hahaha. My first Sewaholic pattern was the Renfrew and I loved it because of the clear instructions. From what I have read online that is the case with the Cambie.
blog, so when I heard that she was going to be writing a book I was very excited. Refashioning clothing is something that I would like to do and the stuff she makes is so cute, but whenever I go to thrift stores I feel like I have bad luck and don't find anything good :(
online class at Craftsy for the Sassy Librarian Blouse, but Christine just let me know that it is on sale for $29.99! Love it!
Gertie's book! I pre ordered this one, so when it is released I will have it asap. I haven't looked forward to a book this much since the Colette Sewing Handbook was announced.
Are there any treasures that are missing from this list? Hahah