Long live the Instragram community! Through the Monetaparty I “met” Linda (@Listokap on Instagram).
She made a gorgeous Monetadress with hand stamped fabric (yes i LOVED the handstamped part) Lees verder “How I met Listokap or Finished: Grainline Studio Linden Sweatshirt”
When you want to sew every free minute just to complete your current project, you know it’s a satisfying sew.
I made the Megan Nielsen Darling Ranges dress, version 3. And I never going to take it of again. Well, almost. 🙂
Lees verder “Finished: Darling Ranges Shirtdress by Megan Nielsen Patterns”
If there’s a party, I want to join the party! (especially when it’s a sewing related party) (well, only if it’s sewing related. 😉 Yay i’m such a party animal…!)
The Triple Stitchers organized the Moneta party where everybody posts her Moneta dress on Instagram with the hashtag #monetaparty and we all can admire eachother creations and get to know more sewists on Instagram. I like that.
And because of their enthousiasm for the pattern, they made me curious for the Moneta dress.
(frankly, I saw it numerous times clicking through the Colette website but didn’t think it was something for me) (HA! Was i wrong) Lees verder “Finished: Frankenstein Moneta dress”
I got some not so subtle hints from Boudewijn: he reaaaally would love to have a sweater. And well, he had some reason for those hints, because some time ago (a year..!) I started enthousiastic with a really cool hack of the Billie Sweater of Zonen09.
I don’t know why I left it for so long. And I forgot how far I was with the hacking: I just needed to cut the fabric and sew the damn thing!
Lees verder “Finished: Hacked Billie sweater by Zonen09”
Jeez, that’s a long title. But sums it up pretty well 🙂
This is superfun to do with your kid!
(or alone, because who need kids for fun stuff: I enjoyed it tremendously)
Your own drawings (designs!) on your t-shirts, dresses, table clothes, leggings, handkerchiefs, quilts, beddings, dishclothes, cardigans.. I think you get the picture.
Lees verder “How to make your own stamps and stamp your fabric”