Posts Tagged ‘burda’
Sølvi and the Summer Dresses: BurdaStyle 12-2006-113
Edit: claiming: Follow my blog with Bloglovin I am currently going through my summer wardrobe, and in between well-blogged items, there were a few little numbers that never have gotten any attention here on this space. So I thought it would be nice to introduce you to some of my unblogged summer dresses. I…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. 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
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
Some FO skirts and pictures from a journey.
If you are wondering about the recent radio silence from this channel, then let me explain why, using pictures. I went to a city where the ceilings looked like this: where doors and walls looked like this: and where cats could be found laying like this: A place where the food and drinks were delicious: and…Read More
FO: Fairtrade pencil skirt.
Thanks for all the lovely comments on my UFO post. It seems like most settle on three projects at a time. That sounds sane. I am not going for sane, though. I´m going for chaos! 😉 No, seriously, eleven is a little excessive, but I did actually finish one of them yesterday, as well as…Read More
Fun! – The Header Dress – Pattern Review: BurdaStyle 01-2010-130
Thanks for all the great feedback on my new layout, I have made the post text font bolder, and hopefully that´s made it easier for you to read. Today I present to you the first installment in my new segment Fun!. If you are interested in joining in on the fun, you are more than…Read More
Christmas came early this year.
You know I love Burda Magazines, right? Imagine my delight when I discovered a 1961 issue on Swedish ebay! I knew I just had to have it, and to my surprise, nobody else was bidding on it, so I won it! Yay! Not only did I win that lovely issue, I won another pattern magazine,…Read More
FESA: The corduroy pants
Edit: I had no idea, but a post over at the Coletterie stated that it is Corduroy Appreciation Day today! Fitting, no? So, I finally finished my corduroy pants! I´ve been wanting to make a rust colored pair since seeing Carolyn´s version. I have already told you about the beginnings of these pants, so here comes the finished…Read More
FESA update: The jersey dress
I am almost finished with my corduroy pants, but I have a little left on them. I did however make this jersey dress last week. I had it cut out a while back, and when I finally started to sew, it was quite easy to make. The pattern, BurdaStyle 05-2010-103, is originally for woven fabric,…Read More