My Wardrobe


Name:  Harris / Hubert / Hamish (Princess Meridas brothers, Brave) Pattern: Oslo cardigan from Seamwork Fabric: Various of knits from the scrap pile in Stoff og Stil So you know I’m the pocket queen. Cardigans without pockets are simply a no-go. You put on a cardigan over you top, pants and dress, so if you have pockets on one of those garments it is going to be covered by the cardigan. When you then need to reach for something you have […]

Them pockets.


Yzma
Name: Yzma (The Empror’s New Groove) Pattern: Watson Bra & Bikini from Cloth Habit Fabric: Dusty purple stretch lace Let me start with OH MY GOD I MADE MY OWN LINGERIE! I have had this pattern for ages, but didn’t have the nerve to start sewing it. But this, THIS was really a blast! There is some kinks I would have to figure out how to handle, but all in all I’m pretty happy! When I wear this I feel so sexy […]

As sexy as Yzma


Donald Duck
    Name: Donald Duck Pattern: V2960 from Vintage Vogue Fabric: Cotton blue and white squares I love the 50s fashion and going to make a TON of these after I’m done making everything else I have on my list… Why I love the 50s fashion? As you might have seen in my wardrobe, I usually sew up dresses that has a fitted bodice, highlighted waistline and a wide skirt. I feel that almost all of the 50s dresses are like […]

Bring back 50s fashion!



Berlioz
Name: Berlioz Pattern: Bruyere shirt from Deer and Doe Fabric: Antique blue/marine/white poplin from Stoff og Stil Since I’ve made the Bruyere shirt for my mother, I’ve been holding of on making my own until recently. So this is my muslin Berlioz (the grey kitten in AristoCats) shirt. I need to make the bust a little bigger. Because when we took the picture above here, my top button popped open. Whoopsi. Here is a picture up close so you can actually see the […]

Shirtmaking for real.


Flower
*Patterntesting Name: Flower Pattern: Sarah shirt from By Hand London. Fabric: Viscose rayon. This is my first mission as a pattern tester ever and I’m oh so glad that it’s with the company I started to sew with for almost 2 years now! So introducing you all, the fantastic Sarah shirt! I’m so pleased with this shirt its’s crazy! Look how floating it is! I made the shirt in a super soft viscose rayon (which in my opinion is a […]

Flowy Flower!


Anna
Name: Anna Pattern: Holly jumpsuit bodice pair with Kim modified draped wrap skirt from By hand London Fabric: A gift from my cousin from Vietnam.  This christmas dress I made competing in a facebook competition. The theme was a Christmas garment that the due date for entering was on December 20th (bf’s birthday as well), and my last exam was on the 18th. So after cramming for the exam, struggling with migraines and time I did finish in time. As […]

Very belated 2015 Christmas dress



Hades
Name: Hades  Pattern: Tulip skirt from Sew Over It. Fabric: Marine stretch twill. I love this skirt. It’s form fitting, flattering and above all I didn’t need to grade the sizes and do a bigger size around my hips then my waist! First of all I made a a size 10. It fit me well, but it was a bit to snug around the waist. So I’m giving it to my lovely sister. Luckily I had enough fabric to make […]

Tulip around my bum.


Flounder
Name: Flounder jumper Pattern: Astiora from Seamwork Mag Fabric: Thrift shop jumper I spotted this fantastic jumper at my local thrift shop, and just had to have it. Isn’t it brightly beautiful? This is a mens jumper size XL. Luckily bf didn’t want it, (it was to big for him anyway) so I cut it up and stitch it together again. This time I used the pattern of the Astoria from Seamwork magazine. Here’s some of the process: First I […]

Thrift shop refashion!


Name: Olaf top / Stitch dress / Cruella Devil dress Pattern: Stoff og Stil Topp 22048 Fabric: Various of stretch fabrics   It’s freaking cold outside! But I wanted the next pictures to be in the first winter snow here in Trondheim, Norway so I’m putting up a fight. This pattern is the topp 22048 from Stoff og Stil here in Norway, although I think it’s a Danish company. I wanted a dress that has this kind of neckline, I […]

One pattern, three ways.