Category Archive: DIY

How to “Read” Japanese Sewing Patterns and a Bubble Skirt

  Loongg time no post ( again ). Recently I bought some discounted polka dots fabric and when I got home I realized that the polka dot patterns were off. I decided to… Continue reading

DIY : Cloche or Hat ??

This pattern is pretty simple, as long as you didn’t break your crochet hook into half 2/3 of the way. Man, then it gets testing. I crocheted three strands of cheapo acrylic yarn… Continue reading

DIY Cupcake Liner Light

One more project crossed off from the  to do list. The light we used to have was a wire birdcage which we got from the weekend market at Chatuchak. It was too small… Continue reading

Finished DIY Home Projects

Remember the wicker food covering I decoupaged way back ? Well, it has a handle ! The husband got me a wooden drawer knob, but it just look weird on top… you know,… Continue reading

More Charlie Bags

Newcomers at the fabric street : colorful sponge fabric for laptop sleeves. I thought they will make good linings for the Charlie bags, thick without the bulky weight, plus added protection for phones… Continue reading

Mini DIY Greenhouse – my version

I think Ikea’s Socker Greenhouse is a steal. It looks way more than it costs ! I use it to decorate the bathroom, so now when The Husband goes …, he’s got this… Continue reading

DIY a Coat / Hat Stand from Ikea’s Frosta Stool

Recently, I made a coat hanger from two Ikea stools ( Frosta ) following  the plans posted by the designer, Andreas Bhend. He was so generous to share not just one but three designs… Continue reading

Mini Clothing Remakes

Some clothing remakes I did recently. They are pretty simple to make and some can be done by hand. Hope you’ll enjoy ! Boring shirt + scrap pleather. Cut the pleather into desire… Continue reading

DIY : A Paul Smith Inspired Bike Helmet

Lately, I’ve been toying with the idea of biking in the city. It mostly ends with contemplation on Death or on design ideas, like how to make my leg cast look super cool.… Continue reading

DIY : Butterfly Ring

This is too easy for words. Use epoxy glue for maximum gluing power !

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