When I AM sewing…
So, for the last few months, I’ve been producing more than I have been documenting. consider this an update! First, I’d like to talk to you about stashbusting. Back in January, I promised myself and the Internet to do some serious stash digging, and try to use some of that stuff that’s been laying around…Read More
Exploring New Territories: Boxiness.
First of all: Happy International Women's Day everybody! The online sewing community rock, and is an excellent output for preserving and at the same time developing activities that traditionally are tied to women. We are keeping female history alive by engaging in sewing, knitting, embroidering and crocheting. Keep up the good work everyone! With that…Read More
Finished object: Stash piece no. 1: Mathilde.
Mathilde blouse in black crepe de chine – such a lovely fabric to wear! I´ve finished my Mathilde! You know, that gorgeous blouse pattern Tilly just released. Before I say anything more, you should really read Karen´s post on this, as she captures my exact thoughts on this blouse much more eloquently than I could do myself.…Read More
Finished Object: Stash Piece No. 5: The Wrap Top.
I have finished the first garment on my list! Or, to be more accurate, I ´ve finished the fifth garment on my list. I warned you, I might jump and not start at the very beginning (although my Mathilde blouse is already cut and interfaced and all ready to go). I´ve had this small piece…Read More
Stashbusting Sewalong 2013
So, people, I am excited to give you a more detailed list over my Stashbusting Sewalong contribution for the next couple of months. I have also added the sewalong to my nav bar, so you can monitor my progress there, if you´d like. Here are my sketches and ideas again: And here are the details:…Read More
Almost an outfit. Most definitely a Sewalong.
Just so you know, this post is lenghty. 🙂 What went wrong with this outfit? Can you spot what´s wrong with this outfit? (Except for the fact that it is in no way weather appropriate right now up here). No? Let me help you: The shirt So. Most everything that could go…Read More