Alrighty, I’m still here in case you were wondering! So, May just flew by in a hurry. But it sure was a great month. My besties from Iceland came to visit and we had sooo much fun, you can’t even imagine. We celebrated the Norwegian national day. Then my in-laws came to visit and having family around is so wonderful. Anitas RG-club (rhythmic gymnastics) had a great show celebrating the 5th anniversary of the club, that meant she had lots of extra practices and I helped out with making some of the costumes – dear lord! Nothing came undone during the performances so thats something!
Don’t worry this is not turning into a diary kind of a blog! Today I’m joining some amazingly talentet ladies on the Sansahash Summer Blog Tour! During the tour you get 40% of ALL Sansahash patterns. Be sure to enter the give-a-way for a shot at winning a pattern of your choice, both through the rafflecopter at the end of this post and on Instagram, you should also check out the other participants on the tour and enter the give-a-way through them to up your chances. Now lets get some photos in here!
Continue reading “Kamaria original and hacked!”
I love that Olga behind coffee and thread, one of my favourite kids clothes pattern designer is venturing into designing for women as well. I’m always a little bit nervous trying patterns for myself by a new to me designer, but I have tested for Olga before so I know that her designes are great.
Continue reading “My pretty Lana!”
I’m continuing with patterns named after our family members. Now it’s a gorgeous Mila Dress, we have a very cute Mila in our family who is going to need her very own Mila dress for sure!
Continue reading “Mila with epic pleats”
Anna is my mother in law and our niece – and now the latest garment I sewed for me! Soon my daughter and I will only have clothes named after the people we love, haha!
Continue reading “My Anna is great!”
I’m joining The Nina Blouse Tour today.
There are some awesome seamstresses on this tour and each creation is so delicate and beautiful! We have Olga, the super talented designer behind Coffee + Thread, to thank for this great pattern.
Continue reading “The Nina blouse.”
Did catch your copy of the latest One Thimble ezine? There are so many patterns in there I’m dying to try out. I tested one of the patterns, The Spirited Dress which is Candice Ayala debut into pattern making. And what a debut!
Continue reading “A spirited girl in her spirited dress.”
When you are trying to work yourself out of a sewing blues period it’s so gratifying to find a FREE pattern thats also a fast and easy sew and your end product is very cool!
Continue reading “A Vesper Sweater for Anita”