Jeans


Principal Mazur
Collaboration with Minerva Crafts* Name: Principal Mazur (from A Goofy Movie) Pattern: Safran pants from Deer & Doe Fabric: Plain stretch denim from Minerva Crafts You can now read about my troublesome journey to make these jeans that ended opp being wearable at the end now at Minerva Crafts Blogger Network page. Now I have more experience with making jeans/trousers, so hopefully, it won’t take a whole year before I attempt to make another one. CLICK HERE TO READ THE […]

Jeans. Jeans. Jeans?


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.



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.