Sewing related odds & sods

See how I got on with sewing the Butterick Retro '47 B5209 dress.

Here's a look at the beautiful vintage items I've worked my sewing magic on to alter/repair for customers at I'll Be Darned! HQ.

I finally got around to making myself a 1940's style pinafore skirt which is an item that's been on my "NEED" list for approximately forever!

I adore dogs in bandanas so whilst dog-sitting, I made a reversible floral/gingham one...warning, cute dog alert!

I'll Be Darned! is my vintage clothing alterations and repairs business.

If you knit, sew or crochet, this site compiling free online vintage patterns is going to interest you no end!

I made this reproduction 40's dress for under £2!

This is the sewing machine of my dreams.

These are some beautiful bridesmaids dresses I made for a wedding.

Take a look at my gorgeous 60's sewing machine here.

You can see some millinery I produced for a wonderful designer's 'Nutcracker' inspired clothing collection 

Some of my graduate collection menswear made it into a little online magazine called CuriousMan.

You can pop over to this page to see some photos of my graduate menswear collection.

I helped to do this embroidery for the menswear designer James Long for his AW09 LFW collection.

View the little black dress I made out of bargain fabric.

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