Closet Case FIles


Shang
If you’ve followed me for a while I’ve made Ginger jeans before and the previous ones have been fine, but there is still fitting issues that made me not wear them regularly. I don’t necissarily know what the fitting issue might be so I’ve been putting it off for years now. This is my recent try on the jeans I’m and happier with this one, but there is still something to be done with the fit. So I’m hoping I’ll […]

Another try at the Ginger jeans


Julie in her Carolyn Pajamas
Pattern: Carolyn Pajamas from Closet Case Files Fabric: Second hand duvet cover from Fretex I dound this awesome duvet in a second hand store and it was perfect for a pajamas. I had two different sides of this duvet cover and only needed the one, so made one pajama for my big sister. I planned on making one for myself in the near future, but since I have sewn other things instead I figured I post a blog for my […]

Summer PJs for my sister!


Eugene Fitzherbert aka Flynn Rider
Name: Eugene Fitzherbert aka Flynn Rider (from Tangled) Pattern: Ginger Jeans from Closet Case Files / Jedediah Pants from Thread Theory Fabric: Navy blue denim from Stoff & Stil / Black twill from Goldhawk Road in London. This is love. Maybe it’s me, maybe it’s the beginning of autumn, or maybe because I feel endless of love from hubby these days, whatever the reason I’m glad. You are really in love when you have your significant others’ initials on your buttocks. Or […]

Initials for Love.



Vanellope Von Schweetz
Name: Vanellope Von Schweetz (from Wreck-It-Ralph) Pattern: Ginger jeans from Closet Case Files Fabric: Brushed stretch twill from Stoff & Stil [out of stock] Let me start with giving you the timeline . Heather Lou’s pattern debut was on October 23rd 2014, yes 2014! I purchased the pattern on November 9th fairly confident that I would make myself a pair of trousers in the near future. That winter and the following year I was only wearing dresses and some skirts […]

My trousers journey so far.


Pumbaa
After the summer I changed the needles in my serger and  started stitching the nettie pieces together. It came out beautiful! I really liked the fabric pattern, its simple but elegant. That’s my go in life, simple but elegant. I have stayed away from this pattern from Closet Case Files because I don’t really like the way it’s clinging to my belly, subconscious yes. But I really like it, and it’s so diverse and can be used on the daily bases […]

The nettie is done!