ModCloth Knockoff Dress Pattern (and other features)

Sewing Patterns

:: The main linky party feature today is a ModCloth Knockoff Dress Pattern, but we are actually featuring 4 more ideas. Have a look. These are the top features of the projects that have inspired us in last week’s linky party. I love each and every one of them. What about you?


Main Party Feature: Posies ModCloth Knockoff Dress Pattern

  • From Your Head to Your Posies Dress
    This ModCloth Dress Knockoff is made with less than $20. Want one? Hop over for a good tutorial for it at to
    We’ve featured Cheryl from Sew–Can–Do before and we’re featuring her here again. Because she’s goooood! I think she created a winner, this time, with her own version of this ‘Posies’ ModCloth designer dress. It’s fab.

    In case you don’t know ModCloth yet: they’re an American online retailer of indie and vintage-inspired women’s clothing. And they have pretty cool stuff, as you can tell.

Ok. That was is for the Posies ModCloth Knockoff Dress Pattern. Here are the other features.

Other Party Features

  • studded_watch_tutorial
    Studded Wrap Watch Tutorial, by Kristina Clemens at
    Kristina is a fabulous designer whose style I really like. Well illustrated tutorial on how to make a wrap watch, on an excellent blog! Check this one out. Great sense of design. Love it.
  • <buffet_makeover_Simply-white_ironstone
    Buffet Makeover,
    Claudine is going for it! Establishing herself firmly into the world of vintage design, here she’s showing off one of her many painting projects to upgrade her kitchen (and to sell, sell,sell all those beautifully vintage antique furniture items she has in her new store.) It’s quite exciting. And a nice girl to boot. Go check out her blog, will ya? Link above.

  • diy ombre wreath
    Ombre Wreath Tutorial, at
    Simple dollar store round thing, two types of thread, and some doodles from around the house… and voila this wreath was made. Thing is…You and I think of it, but she did it, and that makes all the difference. Love the flower color pop in her wreath. She may call herself silly, but she ain’t silly at all!  Who? Dana, from This Silly Girl’s Life.


  • clementine_salad_recipe
    Clementine, Walnut, Gorgonzola salad, at
    On Pret-a-vivre, by BiTi, another blogger I’ve featured before. Frankly, this could have been a photo of my kitchen table as this is literally what I eat and like to eat. Fun salads. I actually made it last week I think. .. Took me off guard with her cuties. What on earth is that, I thought?! Turns out these are her name for Clementines. The ones I pick up at my local farmer here. But actually, he gets them from a farmer buddy down south, as our region in Italy is not warm enough to grow ‘m.
    But, back to BiTi … she has seriously sophisticated projects on her blog beyond this super salad.

That’s it. Thank you all again for participating in all our parties. Love seeing all your work. Now. Let’s go and party again, shall we: Time for a party 66. … reminds me of Route 66… and that magical Route 66 tray that I made … and never showed you….

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