Showing posts from February, 2018

Knotted Midi-Dress

When I saw this dress in BurdaStyle Januar issue, I knew that I had to make it ♥ Hila, who has the blog , started the #burdachallenge2018  and of course I love to participate with this dress ๐Ÿ˜Š  It's an easy pattern to make.  I chose to use velour fabric, and it's very comfy to wear, so I'm Happy with the outcome! ๐Ÿ˜ Burdastyle pattern #101 01/2018 Thanks for featuring my Dress BurdaStyle!

Dress Challenge 2018

Day and Night Dress Challenge 2018 Puzzle Dress   Red & Black Dress I have made a new post with all my ORIGAMI projects ! AND A POST WITH MY  TR COLLECTION !

Colorblock Collection!

I'm a big FAN of COLOR-BLOCKING! ๐Ÿ’ซ - and I love sewing Dresses!  Here are my collection of color-blocked dresses. I have a link to the project under the pictures,  so if you like, you can see more pics  or the pattern I  have used in the projects. Colorblock Asymmetric Sheath Dress Asymmetric Strap Dress Red Black Sheath Dress Blue Black Slanted Seams Dress Linen Dress Colorblock Dress Spring Dress Red and Black Dress Party Dress ColorblockSheath Dress One Shoulder Ruched Dress Designer Cascade Dress Holiday Jersey Dress Zipper Neck Dress Jersey Dress with Twist Easy Fashion Dress I'm excited to enjoy the Day and Night Dress Challenge 2018  

Seventies Style Blouse

This is one of the most exclusive fabric I have been sewing with. It's a silk satin and it's really delicious to wear! When I saw this fabric it was screaming at me,  and I fell in love with it at the first site ๐Ÿ’•  I had to find the right pattern, and I knew I have been waiting  for the right time to try this pattern.   This is definitely slow fashion because I had to hand-stitch a lot. I'm enjoying sewing in the sun on our holiday.  To make it look nice I had to hand-stitch both around the sleeves, neck and hem.  Burdastyle pattern #114 01/2016 This is how the front part should have look like if I had follow the pattern instruction, but I since I have used a flower printed fabric it wasn't nice to have a seam in the middle. I was so Happy that I had enough fabric to cut a new front part ๐Ÿ˜Š 

Pleated Plaid Trousers

I was so curious about this pattern  from BurdaStyle 12/2017. I bought the fabric at  and my plan was to use it as lining for a jacket,  but then I realized it would be nice for these pants as well. When sewing with plaid fabric it's all about cutting the pieces very carefully so the squares matches exactly.    The  Waistcoat  is an earlier project, and so is the  Wool Top   Gardermoen, Oslo Airport. Burdastyle pattern #106 12/2017