New post on the new blog! Finally! ;)
I’m back with an awesome jacket!
I know… It’s been ages… I was so overloaded with my day job that I couldn’t update my blog as much as I wanted.
But the hectic 2012 has finished and I’m back with new projects :))
So, zillion years ago I’ve posted a text about my upcoming sewing project. I’m glad to say that I’ve finished it, wore it many times and already put it in the spring/fall shelf of my wardrobe ‘cause the winter is back, after long days of cold but sunny weather.
Check Out Burda’s Free Theresa Dress Pattern!
BurdaStyle has just released a nice summer dress pattern for free! Check it out before they remove it from their page :) They provide the downloadable pattern in two versions - one for home printers and one for print houses. The instructions are also downloadable. It looks quite a nice and easy pattern to sew for a casual summer dress, isn’t it? I think I’ll give it a try in the coming days.
Go to this link to download: Theresa Dress
Wandering the streets of Paris with my favorite V1174 Dress
Oh, you didn’t think that I would finish posting photos from my Paris trip, did you? :P It’s such a beautiful city that I couldn’t keep myself from taking zillions of photos, and some for my DIY wardrobe posts. Well, it’s not French Vogue, but it’ll do I think :D
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My Suffering Owl
One of the utmost important missions in life, without a doubt, is to learn how to make an owl from fabric!
This serious looking funny animal happens to be one of my favorite characters in life. Thus, I couldn’t think of anyone else to give me a hand in holding my pins when I’m sewing. So I decided to draft and sew my own pin cushion with an owl shape. I liked the outcome so much that I used the same pattern in couple of my son’s clothes.
Let me introduce you to my ever-suffering but always loyal owl:
So if you say “this is the only thing missing from my life”, keep reading from here: