Here are the patterns I use to make my wardrobe. This post will continue to be updated.

Useful Tunics From A Dress Pattern

M6102 1 Hour Dress has been the base for numerous tunics and tops. Has set in sleeves which can be stressful!

Choir Boy

New Look 6133 was the base for my Choir Boy shirt.


Steampunk Pattern

And then of course there is this one! Mc Calls M6770 Misses’ Jacket, Bustle/Capelet, Skirt and Pants. I know what you are thinking but the pattern was in the sale and really cheap. Possibly there’s a reason for that but I can’t resist a bargain. I never intended to add the ruffles or the lace.

So far I have used it as a base for

Ebay Woolen jacket


2015 Fair Share Fabric

Over the last few years I have been tracking clothing consumption. At the end of 2014 I did a wardrobe inventory. I ...
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Bloomers – homemade

Just because I am backpacking don't mean I can't make pants. Recently I have been wearing the Mu Mu of ...
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Boho Tunic

BoHo Tunic For summer I want something light, cool and colourful  so I made this tunic  using fabric scraps left over ...
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Loon Pants

I was so pleased with my Scrappy Bo-ho Tunic I decided to make some lounge pants. Actually I wanted to ...
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How can you have so few clothes yet still have something you never wear? Fearing the harsh Mongolian climate I ...
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The MuMu of Modesty

This big and rather tent like top is extremely easy to wear. Long trousers, short trousers, no trousers even! With ...
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Trousers homemade

Yes, I am a member of the all-female, Indoenesian-based, Madness tribute band. What? You haven't heard of us? I made ...
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Tunic Top – Fair-trade, organic-cotton, plastic-free & homemade

How can you afford fair trade and organic clothes on a budget? Make your own! I wanted a long tunic ...
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