Category Archives: Stash Couture

Appliqued Leaves Jacket

No weddings this year – but there is a graduation!  In a colder climate! Which only means one thing! Time to make a jacket! I selected  McCalls 7201.   This Nancy Zieman Swing coat has no center back seam and a … Continue reading

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Traveling MOB Wardrobe…

How many dresses are too many to take to a wedding? If one is the Mother of the Bride, there is no limit. If one sews, the limit is only established by the time available for sewing.  Using Tried and … Continue reading

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Stash Couture Mother of the Bride Dress

A tropical wedding in a beautiful island setting. The bride was breath-taking.  The groom handsome. So much planning! Bride’s dress.  Fittings. Bridesmaids dresses and groomsmen attire. Flowers.  Cake.  Dinner.  Seating.  Imitating impossible Pinterest pictures. And the logistics of transporting everything … Continue reading

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Free People-esque for $6

Love the Free People look.  Boho and comfortable! Don’t really love the prices. I came across a long ecru slub-knit top for $6.  It fit like a bag and the V-neck reached a point below my ribcage. But, it was … Continue reading

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Stash Couture Boho Top

Is it possible to be stylish in 110+ degrees? A question asked in Phoenix every summer, where I believe “melted” is a style. The stash included two yards of an opaque green silk that must hail from the 1980’s when … Continue reading

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Lace Layered Top from a 60’s Wedding Dress

I was gifted a 1960s lace wedding dress.  Unfortunately, I neglected to take a picture of the dress.  It was allover horizontally-oriented lace, had a gathered waist, high neck and short puffy sleeves, much like that in the picture to … Continue reading

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More Huck Towels

Huck Embroidery is fun to do and creates beautiful towels for gifting. Different colors of embroidery threads are fed under “floats” in the toweling in geometric patterns. Red, yellow, orange and purple were used to stitch this sampler towel for … Continue reading

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