Yes, I know I talk about doing DIY more than I actually partake, but there are only so many hours in the day. Here are some of the images clogging up my designated inspiration folder:
I'm going to be on the hunt for some equally patterned stretch jersey, to make some leggings on the cheap. €40 is just too much.
I need to get stud happy on a plain denim skirt; I love the mixed embellishment on this Graham and Spencer piece.
A frill attached to a cardigan? Looks good to me. This blogger Keiko Lynn has reconstructed a blazer to give it a cutesy, feminine edge.
She also has a shop, Postlapsaria, where she customises old shirts into beautiful, fitted dresses. Methinks I need to sort my pattern cutting skills out and attack some my Dad's old work shirts....
This dress on Ebay passed me by, as the bidding went way out of my price range. I aim to construct a pattern for it over the summer, though I'd like to use a different print as I already own too many floral dresses.
My black scarf urgently needs re-knitting, maybe it's time to try a different stitch pattern like this Etsy seller (unfourtunately I've lost the site, silly me). Can anyone help with this technique?
I am in love with this red coat sported by Pandora. Now if I could just find one in Oxfam for a fiver...