Tops


Rosetta
*Collaboration with Minerva Crafts and Wendy Ward Hello happy people! If you follow me on social media, you might know that I’m currently on vacation, celebrating my birthday (I turned 28 yesterday). But you might also know that Minerva Craft has started their blog tour for Wendy Wards new book! Today is my turn, and although I’m so glad that I’m not in all that snow at the moment I’m happy with my coatigan! I was so incredibly lucky to be reviewing Wendy […]

A beginners guide to sewing with knitted farbics.


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The husband has wanted a new dressing gown and pyjamas set for a while now. He was prepared to pay a great deal to get a comfortable and good looking one, but I told him no, I can make one for him. We browsed through men’s pyjama patterns and this Vogue pattern was the one he was most pleased with. It has a wide collar, pockets and interesting piping details for the dressing gown, and the pyjamas were what pyjamas for a man […]

Loungewear for my man


Victor, Hugo and Laverne
Collaboration with Minerva Crafts* Name: Victor, Hugo and Laverne (the three gargoyles from the Ringer of Notre Dame) Pattern: Juniper Cardigan from Jennifer Lauren Handmade Fabric: Plain viscose and lycra stretch jersey knit fabric in burgundy, textured knitted stretch jersey fabric in thatch and John Kaldor ritual plain stretch poly spandex jersey fabric in french navy from Minerva Crafts. Even though it’s getting colder outside I still wear dresses. What are your thoughts on that? Do you wear dresses, or […]

Layers On



Collaboration with Minerva Crafts* Name: Pain and Panic (from Hercules) Pattern: Ogden cami from True Bias Fabric: Floral print viscose challis and Johan Kaldor floral crepe Today I can finally tell you. From this day forward I’m so lucky to be a part of Minerva Crafts Blogger Network! This is so exciting for me to be part of this amazing team of bloggers. For my first post I needed something quick so I made my two first Ogden camis, they’re so […]

Pain and panic duo


Chip/Dale
Collaboration with Minerva Crafts* Name: Chip / Dale Pattern: Ondee sweater and Chataigne shorts from Deer and Doe Fabric: Stripey ponte knit and navy blue garberchino from Minerva Crafts I’ve done another guest post for Minerva crafts, this time it’s a double feature! I made my first summer shorts and did my first pattern matching with stripes. Head on over to their blog to read more about my experience and more photos. CLICK HERE TO SEE THE BLOG POST Sophie Bach

Guest Post: The Chip and Dale duo.


The Incredibles children
Name: Violet, Dash and JackJack Pattern: Molly dress/top from Sew Over It – My Wardrobe Capsule: City Break Fabric: Various knits from my stash Have you flipped through the five patterns that Sew Over It made in their capsule yet? No? Well now is the time. Even though I made a promise to myself that I wouldn’t buy any more patterns before I’d made everything I intend to make. That promise broke quickly after this pattern capsule came out. I also […]

An addition to the Incredibles family.



  Pattern: Akita top / York blouse from Seamwork Fabric: Light floral twill (I couldn’t find it on their page) / blue print woven cotton from Stoff og stil Wow, what a mouthful! Well, what else am I going to call her? Boyfriends mother? Too simple and boring, so upcoming-soon-to-be-mother-in-law it is! We’ve been together for 8,5 years, I think it’s safe to call her that. This is the first time I’ve made her something at all. It’s her birthday […]

Upcoming-soon-to-be-mother-in-law.


Pattern: Bruyere shirt  and Ondee sweater from Deer and Doe Fabric: White poplin and sand color ponte di roma My mother is the best person I know. I know everybody says that about their mother, but I’ve always been a moms girl.  This year I made the shirt and sweater for her birthday, which was on Saturday June 4th. Me and my sister who live far away from home hadn’t been home since Christmas! I had a few days off […]

Mom rocking Deer and Doe!


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.