First pattern test project of 2020 is done and it sure was a good one. The Sille blouse from Wardrobe by me.Continue reading “Oh Sille your’e so fine.”
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This one has been hanging in my sewing room for a few weeks now, just waiting for time to take photos. Anita knows she can’t wear her new mommy made clothes before they are photographed so she has been patiently admiring her new Sanamu jumpsuit/romper or what you would call it. Finally the stars aligned and we could take those photos!
Kamaria original and hacked!
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!
The Nina blouse.
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.
Flora the second, just as beautiful!
When you have a pattern with so many options and you love them all you just have to make more then one. Here is my Flora Dress number two.
The beautiful Flora the first
I really don’t understand what happened but I forgot to hit publish on this post last weekend and only remembered when I came back to my WordPress to write about Flora the second! Is old age catching up to me or what?!
I promised to show you my second Aurora blouse from Wardrobe by me and here it is and I absolutely love it!
Yet again has Wardrobe by me released a great pattern and I was in on the testing process. The pattern is called The Aurora Blouse and Dress.
Sweet sweet Vienna!
Wait what? Back already? And I’ll even be back again very soon!
I’ve gotten myself in a bit of a deadline pickle, but I’ll do my very best to meet them all cause I’m not about to let anybody down!
I don’t know what it is but Belgians seem to have some kind of sewing superpower, must be something in the water over there. They also seem to have access to the prettiest fabrics available, the kind the rest of us can only dream of. So you can imagine my excitement when I was asked to join in on an Instagram tour featuring The Vienna pattern by two Belgian designers @beletoile and @kaatjenaaisels
The Cosmo Dress
I saw a call for sewers to participate in a blog tour featuring The Cosmo Dress from Sewpony and all it took to apply was to comment on the Facebook post. I never in million years thought I would get to join in on the fun so I wasn’t even paying attention to my messenger and it took me a day or two to see the message that I was in. I panicked and was afraid I had missed my chance, but luckily all was good and here I am! I have to admit that I have a bit of a stage fright being in the company of such great bloggers! The same is not to be said about my daughter as you will see later on in this post. Stick around (or at least scroll down) to the end for a discount code.