Posts Tagged ‘skirt’
FESA FO: The knit pencil skirt
Serger Love Imagine that. I have a serger again. My serger broke, slowly but steadily during the winter months, and since February I have been without. When it finally did break all together, I feared it was nothing to be done, so I delayed taking it to the shop, because I was afraid of…Read More
A FFO: The plaid half-circle skirt.
Remember this post? No? I don´t blame you, it´s been over a year. BUT I´ve finally finished my plaid half-circle skirt! That´s why I call it a FFO – a Finally Finished Project. The irony here is that making a circle skirt really doesn´t take a lot of time. But you know, winter came 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
The anniversary outfit: Pattern Review for Simplicity 1782 and Burda 02-2011-107
Eight years ago, my darling and I met at a Halloween party. I can´t believe how time flies! So, to celebrate, we went out on a dinner date on Monday (yummy Italian food), and I got a chance to wear two of my newest creations, a 40´s top I´ve been dying to make since I…Read More
An ode to the half-circle skirt.
I don’t write lots of odes here, I reserve that title only for those very special occasions that makes me really entusiastic. In fact, the only other post with that title was written well over a year ago, devoted to Colette Patterns. Excuse my bad posture, but I tried to fit the whole outfit into the picture……Read More
The skirt that isn´t a Beignet.
It´s high waisted. It´s got buttons down the front, it´s knee length. But. It´s not a Beignet. Can you believe it? I wanted to make a A-line version of the Beignet, so I turned to old trusded Burda magazine and there I stumled upon pattern number 03-2009-111. It´s not lined, and it´s only got four…Read More
The Carl von Linné skirt
The sun is setting, and the snow is melting outside the tropical greenhouse in Uppsala Botanical Garden. This weeks challenge over at The Sew Weekly was to make something inspired by the town you live in. Now, I live in Uppsala, and apart from having a really old university, a really big (and old) church,…Read More
What I made this month: January
First of all, sorry for not writing sooner, but I ´ve had a splitting headache most of the week, so I really needed to step away from the computer, and try to do other things instead. Now, you don´t have to feel sorry for me, because it´s all my own fault, not working out as…Read More
My grand plan: The floral skirt
Windy outside today, perhaps? Back in May, when I bought the fabric to the Rosie dress, I noticed that the floral print was available in other colors as well. Back then I thought it was a bit over the top to buy it, and let it go. The fabric used on the Rosie dress Turns…Read More