Twirl away

The Peppermint swirl dress/skirt from Candy Castle Patterns* is a one of a kind pattern that makes the most amazing dresses and skirts. I made this rainbow coloured one and this little red riding hood one for our girls. Our girls still wear them after 2 years, they just have gotten a bit shorter. With... Continue Reading →

Geometric Doris skirt

The Doris Women skirt from Misusu Patters has been on my sewing list since it has been released. I love the geometric line on the side of the skirt and the V-shaped waistband. I already made two for both our girls, one during release of the kids doris skirt and one during an inspirational tour... Continue Reading →

Janie dress and separates from PS&co

A new set for myself with colour blocking, what's not to love?! Petite Stitchery just released their new patterns and the Janie dress and separates is one of them (another one that I sewed in the Elliot dress which I sewed for our youngest). The great thing about these patterns is that they start at... Continue Reading →

A twisted outfit: Romy twist tee and skirt

Twisted and asymmetrical clothing are my weak spot, so I fell in love the moment I saw this outfit, the Adult Romy Twist Tee and Skirt from Petite Stitchery*. They look complicated and sophisticated, but they are actually very quick sews. The twist top has three different lengths, I made the regular top length, also... Continue Reading →

Color block Nina skirt for me!

You probably would not know that I really like the patterns by Compagnie-M. I have sewn al lot of patterns by Compagnie-M, but I have sewn them before I started by blog. You can see them on my instagram account: the Louisa dress, the Charles pants, the Lotta dress, the Lila Jumpsuit and the Noa pants. The Nore dress that I made... Continue Reading →

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