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Shorts & Favorite Blouse!

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This sign is in the bakery and means;  Real - Natural - Environmentally conscious - Unique - Respect -  Possibilities - Bake Joy - Local food - Proud   The blouse is made of my Favorite pattern from BurdaStyle. It's the fourth blouse I have made of the same pattern!  Flower Blouse Tulips from Amsterdam Flower Blouse no. 2 For this blouse I have used linen fabric in my favorite color! When the blouse is closed the buttons are invisible.. The shorts are made of a pattern from Simplicity no. 32/2019. The same pattern as I have used for my  Wide Linen Pants  I made earlier. I have used linen fabric for the shorts as well with a pop-up color as decoration for the waist and the pockets. BurdaStyle Pattern #111 02/2020          Simplicity pattern no. 32/2019                                           On our holiday trip in the mountains πŸ˜‰

T-Shirt for a young Man!

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When you need to have a quick project to take out your energy, this is the right choice!πŸ˜„ I bought the T-shirt pattern and the fabric at  Stoff og Stil I have use yellow as a pop-up color around the neck. I think my son looks Happy with his new T-shirt!

Challenge with Stripes!

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          I like to challenge myself...  It's not easy to matches the stripes diagonal on a fabric, but I have tried my best! This is the same pattern as I used for my dress  with  Red & White Stripes   I have used cotton voile for the facing of the top to make it steadier since I have used jersey. It was quite a challenge to match the stripes at the back with the invisible zipper as well!                          BurdaStyle pattern #119 04/2016

Gathered Jersey Skirt!

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I had to make another one of this stylish skirt! Viscose jersey is the best choice of fabric to get the gathering nicely. It's only one piece of fabric sewn together in front, and rubber-band at the waist. My lovely model Cecilie is taking a walk with their dog πŸΆπŸ• You can see the orange skirt I made earlier  here . The skirt can be used as a tube-top as well πŸ˜‰ Challenge in the wood! 

Red & White Stripes!

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We have a lot of Polish friends and this is the right colors to join them! πŸ’― The top is made of a light cotton, but I hope it doesn't wrinkle so much.. The short sleeves makes a great detail for the top! Since the sleeves are pleated it gives a nice effect. The stripes are one cm wide, so it was rather easy to make the pleats.  I used white cotton voile on the second layer for the sleeves. I found the pattern in Burda Easy Fashion 2009.