Showing posts from February, 2017

Knotted Top

I have been waiting for the right moment to try this pattern,  and now I found a nice fabric for the project :) It looks like waffle fabric, and since it's shiny I chose  to combine it with both sides.  The pants is from an earlier contest

Sara's Jacket

This is a perfect jacket for Sara,  and she looks fabulous in every color :) It's made of a great wool fabric with satin lining.

The pattern is from Burda 09/2008.

Waistcoat and Dress

I fell in Love with this wool fabric  and it's very special with all these threads. The pattern is from a Norwegian sewing magazine. It's lined with black satin and I made loops for  the buttons since they are rather big. 

This dress is made of knitted wool which are very warm and soft to wear. Since the fabric is knitted I omitted the zipper at the back. I found the pattern in a Sabina magazine.  I think it's a great color for Cecilie :)

Sweater with Buttons :)

Burdastyle pattern #114 10/2016

A sweater is easy to make and smart to wear :) I like to combine different fabric and since I had a bit left from my earlier project,
I chose to use this together with quilted jersey for the sleeves and black jersey for the back part. I tried the loose Peter Pan collar I made for the Shift Dress,
and it can be a nice transformation :)

"Puzzle" Dress

This is another technique I had to try by Shingo Sato. It was a lot of work sewing all these pieces together, but it was worth the effort!
As you can see there are no side- or shoulder seams for the top.
I started with sewing the upper part of BurdaStyle pattern #107 05/2016
and draw the pattern lines on the top as you can see.
I had to sew all the corners very carefully to get the best result.
I choose to use the skirt as the pattern shows.
I like this pattern a lot and have made a blue/black Dress,
and also a geometrically Dress earlier.

Fox T-Shirt

Where did the Fox go...... Printed fabric makes you in a good mood :) and Ronny thought this fabric was nice for a T-shirt. I didn't have any patterns, so I copied it of an old one.