Week 2 and also the final week of this Two Week Laundry Challenge. If you are new, find all about it here. If you missed the first round-up, you can find it here. Week 2 was less about deciding the pros and cons of each outfit and more about determining why these outfits didn´t work before. This is one of the ´forgotten´ dresses. I think everyone woman has at least one item of clothing which she likes but somehow it still ends up at the back of her closet and it rarely gets worn. It certainly applies to this dress. … Continue reading Laundry Challenge Week 2: Round-up
Sometimes when you´re wandering through a fabric store, fabric just jumps into your arms and it would be rude of you to ignore its pleas to go home with you.
That´s exactly what happened when I saw this heathered grey sweatshirting with pink sparkly pineapples printed on it. I took home 1.5m and just knew I wanted to make a Grainline Linden sweatshirt.
In March of 2013 I attempted to make a Grainline Moss skirt for the first time. It was a total fail. It took me until this summer to finally pick up the courage to give it a second try. I cut it out with the idea of sewing it before I went on vacation. It didn’t happen. So when I finally picked it up the last week of September it was just because I was in a sewing rut and I needed a fast project to get me started. By fast I usually mean ‘something that doesn’t involve tracing or cutting’. … Continue reading My perfect moss-coloured Moss Skirt
I wish I had made a Tardis (preferably with The Doctor included – preferably David Tennant) but I made a travel set instead! We had an upcoming holiday to France. Only problem: Baby is not a light packer… Or rather mommy is not a light packer for the baby. So with a car filled with baby necessities we needed luggage that we could push and shove into the last remaining airpocket 🙂 Enter: the Portside Travel Set by Grainline Studio. I’m seriously IN LOVE with this pattern. I’ve never been the one to sew anything but clothes but this was … Continue reading “Bigger on the inside” travel set
Sometimes a pattern has so many things going wrong that in the end it’s no surprise it doesn’t work out. But in the interest of learning, I feel the need to blog about this fail as well 🙂 When I discovered the Grainline – Moss Mini skirt I just knew I had to make it. It was perfect. I had visions of me walking around in tons of them. I had fabrics picked out. Drew some sketches about what I wanted it to look like, so I was all set. I taped the PDF pattern together and traced the pieces. … Continue reading The One with All the Fail