… or at least in the new Madrid Dress from Coffee + Thread. That’s almost equally as good, if not just better because I suspect its actually too warm in Madrid during the summer time. But the best thing would be to go to Madrid in my new Madrid dress of course.
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Right before I threw my back out a couple of weeks ago I managed to test the new Linea A-line skirt from Wardrobe by me. My back is getting better but I must start taking better care of myself and work in some exercising time in between work and sewing. I hope that with brighter and longer days I’ll manage to keep up the motivation. But enough on that boring stuff, here is Linea!
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I’m about to show you one of the most flattering pattern I have ever sewed. It just hugs the body in all the right places and it looks awesome on all sorts of body types. Here is the awesome Mirri from Wardrobe by me.
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When the testing call came from Coffee and Thread for the new Roho Blouse I didn’t hesitate for a second to join the fun!
I love how dramatic the sleeves are and the gathered front.
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Can’t belief its February already, oh and Happy New Year to all of you!
I have been busy sewing the past weeks and now its time to start showing off what I’ve been doing. First in line is my lovely Grace the newest pattern from one of my favourite designers Wardrobe by me
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I’m up on the Lana tour today and what great company I’m in! One of the great things about the Lana pattern from Coffee and Thread is that its available both for us grown ups and the little ladies in our lives. I’ve already made quite a few Lana’s for both me and my little one. But I decided to make our first twinning garment for this tour. Here you go, our twinning debut!
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The Komi Jacket from Wardrobe by me just had a make-over and now has more sizes and a new collar option and it can be made using both woven and knits. How awesome is that!
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