Fun asymmetrical tunic

Our girls love Sofilantjes patterns and I love asymmetrical designs so the new pattern from Sofilantjes* is a hit! It is the perfect summer pattern for those hot days! Even more with the extended size range up to 18 years. The Felix top, tunic and dress has three different lengths and a fun asymmetrical design.... Continue Reading →

Raglan meets dolman sweater

I love asymmetrical clothing. It might actually be the reason why I love to sew, to create asymmetrical pieces of clothing. When I see an asymmetrical sewing pattern I just have to buy it. When I saw the Miss Heron sweater from Sofiona Designs with the asymmetrical option, I loved it right away. And even... Continue Reading →

Unicorn with glitters birthday dress

Also our middle girl had her birthday, with of course a new birthday dress. I used the Sonetto tunic and dress from Eunoia Design, which is now on sale at Sew PDF*. I love patterns with lots of options to really put together your own dress. This pattern definitely has lots of options. It includes... Continue Reading →

Birthday Lykka dress for myself

My birthday was a couple weeks back, just before Christmas. I sewed this dress so I had something new to wear on my birthday. It is great to sew something for a special day, don't you think? I loved the result of the kids Lykka so of course I also had to sew one for... Continue Reading →

Lykka dress for girls

I first saw the lykka dress from Mamili 1910 when she made the lykka dress for herself. I knew our girls would love the option with multiple skirts so I bought the lykka dress for girls and for women. That was 2 years ago. In the beginning of this year, I traced the pattern for... Continue Reading →

Asymmetrical Dahlia Top

I love asymmetrical garments, so when I saw the tester call for the Dahlia Top I jumped on the occasion and hoped I was picked. I was over the moon when I was selected to sew up the Dahlia top from SOLA Patterns. I love the asymmetrical neckline and the gathering on the front. It... Continue Reading →

Softshell SHO! Jacket

Our middle girl was in need of a new coat. I had some fabric left from this softshell coat (also for our middle girl, wasn't she small back then?), but not enough for a whole coat. Plus I like colour blocking and combining fabrics, so I ordered some new softshell fabric to make the Kids Jacket from SHO! The red... Continue Reading →

Problem solving with take the plunge

This year, 2020, has been a challenging sewing year. I guess being busy and trying to fit the sewing in between all the activities and being sleep deprived are not the best circumstances. Just like with this top I had some cutting issues. I had to get creative and solve some fabric issues but I love the... Continue Reading →

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