Bottoms


Another Jedediah for Hubby
Pattern: Jedediah Pants from Thread Theory Fabric: Marine blue twill from Goldhawk Road I made this pants for hubby last summer and decided to blog about it now. I don’t know why I haven’t blogged about it yet, but here he is. This is not my first Jedediah pants, and sure will not be the last one either. The pattern fits hubby like a glove. He thinks it’s comfortable to wear and the width and the length is perfect. I took these pictures […]

Good old Jedediah.


I started to sew my own wardrobe in March 2014. I only sewed a couple of things now and then, so when #mmmay15 started last year I was SO proud to participate. I was so proud to be a part of a community that had so much love  and was so including. If you were a beginner or at the advance level it didn’t matter. The love of making was endless. So with the few pieces of clothing I had […]

#mmmay16, thank you for this year.


Bagheera
*Sponsored ad Name: Bagheera pants Pattern: Bukse 20033 from Stoff og Stil Fabric: Coated stretch twill During the summer I got the privileged to test a pattern from the Scandinavian sewing company Stoff og Stil. They called it a dream mission. I choose a pattern and fabric I wanted from their collection, and they sent me a package containing the pattern, fabric and other sewing supplies I need to sew it up. As you may know, I don’t wear pant. […]

Black to basic



Dory
Name: Dory jumpsuit Pattern: Holly Jumpsuit from By Hand London Fabric: Chambrey So this is one of my latest projects. The Holly Jumpsuite. I usually only make dresses and skirt, because I really don’t, Don’t, DON’T like pants. Pants has never fitted me really well, So I was very skeptical when the gals from By Hand London came out with this pattern, but I really love the bodice on the version 1 of the pattern, so why not. And it’s By […]

Behold the Holly!


Megara
So I’ve planned this selfish dress for a bit now, and here is the result: The reason behind the making of an amazing dress was that I needed a new dress that fitted me perfectly (relative to the other dresses I have from buying) that was more than an everyday wear. I needed it to be snug at the bodice and a big skirt so I could eat a lot without it showing. The dress was going to be used […]

Selfish and unselfish sewing