My first pink make!*

Unknown territory dipping my toe into the pink pool. Read more about my doubts of this dress over at Minerva, link further below. I like trying new things and this is one of them. When trying new things for myself I always try having a backup plan for if it turns out I really don’t like it. In this case, it is my pink-loving sister to wear as a maternity wear. But I’m afraid I’m keeping this for myself, sorry […]


Prepare for the challenge!

Hello lovely people! On April 14th 1990 at 15.45, a little girl was born. Fast forward twenty-something years, she started to sew and loved it! That is where I presume you come in the picture. As you might have guessed, that girl was me. I’m turning 30 and I want to celebrate it with all the sewing people that cross my way. For the occasion, I have gathered some of my favourite sewing brands to host a sewing challenge for […]


Asymmetrical skirt sisters*

For this months post I’ve made two very stable skirts for my wardrobe. You see three as the Agave skirt is reversible. Fun, right?! CLICK HERE TO READ THE BLOG POST Name: Young MacGuffin, Wee Dingwall and Young Macintosh (Meridas three suitors in Brave Pattern: Agave skirt from Deer and Doe, and Safor skirt from Pauline Alice patterns Size: EUR 40-42 Fabric:Β Gabardine twill suiting in black, wine and bottle green from Minerva. Sophie Bach Meuche


MakeNine2020

Sophie's World #5 – Make Nine 2020

Hi, everyone. It’s been a long time since I’ve actually blogged for myself. But it is about time I announced my wishes for the make nine 2020 challenge. I’ve done this challenge for about four years now, never have I completed the challenge. I’m hoping that I at least get to finish half of this list then I’m happy. To make matters harder, I really challenged myself. To break it down: The Sunday sweater from Petit Knit. The lovely Mette […]


Snuggling knit dress.*

Happy new year everyone! I hope that this year has started of well for all of you and that it continues to do so! To kick of this year, I made this incredibly soft and comfy dress out of Minervas viscose jersey fabric in the colour bottle green. With it I made the Aldaia dress from Pauline Alice patterns. CLICK HERE TO READ THE BLOG POST Name: Fauna, from Sleeping Beauty Pattern: Aldaia dress from Pauline Alice patterns Size: EUR […]


Dolly Duck

Pajamas party!*

I finally made myself the Carolyn pajamas! I first made the pattern in 2016. The idea was to make a matching set for my sister and I. I made my sisters PJs, and my fabric is still in the stash… But now I finally manage to take the time for myself. It hasn’t been prioritized as I’m not wearing it outside and when I’m home I haven’t had the habit of changing into PJs. But ever since I made these, […]


Snuggly knit dresses.*

First of all, I cut my hair short!!!!! I don’t think it has ever been this short ever since I turned double digits. It has been a bit of an adjustment, even though it’s a long bob cut it’s short. Now I just need to figure out what I can do with it. For this months make I made myself this snuggly knitted dress. I’m on my way of making all the knitted dresses! CLICK HERE TO READ THE BLOG […]

Te Fiti

Shenzi

Another pinafore under my belt*

Another make is up on Minerva’s blogger network. This month I made myself another pinafore. Previously, I’ve made the Bibi pinafore from Tilly and the Buttons book Stretch, my Jiminy Cricket. I can’t say that I fell in love with the garment right away, but lately, it has grown on me. Although I need to do some adjustment on my next make I know now what those are. Yes, I’m terrible at making muslins. Don’t judge. CLICK HERE TO READ […]


17. mai-outfit 2019

Wow, I’m surprised that it’s been five months since Norwegian Constitution Day. The sun isn’t shining nowadays, but time for some reminiscing. This was my outfit this year. Since I don’t have a traditional Norwegian bunad, I make myself a fancy outfit each year. And this year, a jumpsuit is made instead of a dress. I made a straight US size 10, but for my next make, I think a size 8 bodice would be more fitting. There was a […]