HI ALL! I’m back with another freebie DIY pattern from Mimi G. This one is a pattern of an adjustable wrap-skirt that took me less than…
HI ALL! I recently made this beautiful shoulder-tie top and thought I’d share how I made it with you all. The pattern was a freebie…
Uhuru ya’ll. Today I will like to shout out the amazing Zenzele Consignment for my beautiful top. I purchased this top via their very professional…
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