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Jungle January ’15

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For someone who doesn’t actually like animal prints and finds them gaudy and cheap, I’ve joined in Jungle January for three years in a row! Maybe it’s an excuse to sew with fabrics I wouldn’t even consider if it wasn’t January: maybe it’s because Ann is such an enabler (and scary) that I just can’t resist.

Year 2013 – Dipping my toes in gently – plain outside, alive on the inside

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Year 2014 – Braver and braver – leggings, skirt , T-shirt, gilet

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Year 2015 – Skin

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Two bras, five thongs, one Bridget Jones pants: nearly enough for a week.

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Big knickers – Merckwaerdigh, Nr: D SHL 30 (purchase pattern here)

Big  bra – Merckwaerdigh, Nr: D-BHS10 Version C (Margreet’s blog here)

Lacy thong – Fehr Trade free download

Lacy bra – Merckwaerdigh, Nr: D-BHS10 Version D

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

No modelling today. I notice from Bloglovin’ that I’ve acquired a few new readers (thank you and welcome) and I don’t want to scare them off immediately. So use your imagination if you dare, just picture cellulite, pale white flesh, lumps, bumps and wobbly bits and you’ve got a fairly accurate image.

 

 

 

 

And there are animals howling yet in the sewing room….underwear uses up such little fabric. I have Vogue 8888 and I really, really want to be like Mrs Robinson…

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Not that I’m into name dropping or impressed by designers but I’d just like to say that the fabric on the right is Dolce and Gabbana – just wanted to point that out, in case you didn’t recognise it yourself .

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Don’t call me Pussycat!

There’s still time for you to join in too – see Pins from Ann for staggering inspiration.

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12 thoughts on “Jungle January ’15

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  2. those really look great, very inspiring.

  3. Very impressed! I’m like you – animal print isn’t my favourite – but you have made some lovely things with it.

  4. Meow!
    BTW how did you ever get your paws on a D&G fabric???!!! Jealous!!!
    I’m still hoping to make it to the Jungle January party before the clock strikes midnight.

  5. Love your jungle themed lingerie. Great post!

  6. Very elegant! I do like animal prints but somehow have not managed to integrate them. This is a wonderful and very special way to do that!

  7. Talk about going “whole hog” or in this case, “Totally Cheetah”! Fabulous fancy underwear!!!!

  8. My first year I made a animal print robe- because I could not see myself wearing animal print out. Last year I made a maxi with the animal print on top. You are way braver than me! I love your contribution last year and your lingerie this year is stupendous! Very impressed!

  9. An impressive selection each year! I especially love the fur gilet from last year, but it’s all eye candy.

  10. Very Impressive! You have really come full circle: lining to outwear to underwear.

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