This is a new version of the Brighton Dress in a red cotton knit with a silver metallic floral print. Stitched with silver metallic thread, it is shaped at the...
The camberwell tank has stitched leaf designs on the front neckline and back. The draped neckline creates a beautiful line that is flattering and unusual. This sleeveless version of the...
The Camden Dress has a fitted bodice with curved sewn lines and mismatched angled stripes. The full skirt flows from a high waistline. I've added a center pleat to the...
The Cinderloop Wrap is a versatile wrap/scarf. It has a wide middle, tapering to narrow ends with metal beads. The curved shaped and metal beads helps keep the wrap in...
An elegant cardigan with a simple, flared shape to the body and sleeve, and surface decoration of sewn ribbon circles. I used the same mesh knit as I used in...
The Gathered Circle Top is a fun style I designed back when I lived in Brooklyn. I sew gathered circles using ribbon yarn. The top is cut loose and straight,...
The Knit Cardigan has a dramatic pleated front with contrasting stitch lines. The pleats on the back follow a deep curve. I cut this style fairly loose so it will...
The Knotted Top is a whimsical style with knot patterns made from sewing down loops of ribbon yarn. Each knot pattern is unique and random. The neckline is pleated and...
This sleeveless Penelope Top has a pretty array of pleats gathered and sewn at one point to create an elegant neckline shape. Additional angled pleats add some definition to the...
The Starfold Top has a V-neckline folded to create a star of sewn pleats. The elbow length sleeve has a loose slit cuff giving it a shirt-sleeve feel. The body...
The Wavy Line Top has a simple t-shirt shape updated with wavy lines of textured ribbon (sewn off center) and a few gathers at the neckline. The square-cut short sleeve...
The Wavy Line Tunic is a classic Cinderloop style with wavy lines of narrow ribbon sewn from the hem that converge in small pleats at the high neckline. This creates...
The size chart here is just a guide as the various styles will fit a range of sizes according to how fitted or loose they are.
The bust measurement is the most reliable constant as usually that is where clothes are most fitted.
Knit clothing stretches and drapes to varying degrees so that will also affect the sizing of each style.