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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Early in the summer I tested the ladies Lana Top and Dress from Coffee and Thread, you can see my blog post here. The kids version has now been released so now I can match with my mini me! I hate to disappoint you though, cause you wont see any matching in this post. Lets just say I’m saving that for later!
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I just have to share with you the other brother and sister set I made for these munchkins of mine.
These two are pretty happy with their new clothes!!
Continue reading “Smile big brother!”
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”
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.”