Pochee U-shape Bag

Don’t you just love Japanese crafts book ? Most of the models in Pochee magazines dress in this style and they look so cute. If I were to dress up like that, complete… Continue reading

DIY : Super Simple V-neck Top ( part 2 )

For the love of DIY , here’s part 2 of the super simple v-neck top, in a lighter color fabric . I use the same fabric ( about 1.2 meter ) for the… Continue reading

DIY : Super Simple V-neck Top ( part 1 )

This is a very easy top to sew. You just need two pattern pieces, no darts, no zippers, no elastic to worry about. I got the idea from studying an empire waist blouse… Continue reading

DIY : A Daruma Coin Purse

I started out wanting to make this cute little ear bud pouch by Erin Erickson. Isn’t it adorable ? Tiny and round. You can dangle it on your bag. The tutorial is very clear too, full… Continue reading

Oodles to Doodle

Do you like to doodle ? I find it very relaxing and an alternative to doing other things, like sewing my iron board cover. I came across this site : Tangle Patterns and was… Continue reading

DIY : 15 minutes Storage Boxes

I have to sew a cover for my ironing board but somehow, am trying to avoid it.  Instead I made storage boxes for my bathroom. You will need cardboard boxes + home furnishing… Continue reading

Urban Farmer : Grow Veggies on a Cloth Rack

I was looking over my garden posts, and it seems like I’ve been posting much about how I kill off my plants in my balcony garden. That’s not always the case. I was… Continue reading

Homemade Food that Makes You Feel Almighty

Wow, did Chinese New Year just zoomed by ? During the big clean up day, I found one of my favorite cookbooks, resting right on top of my fridge.  So that’s where it… Continue reading

Diy Hangers for Kitchen Utensils — Super Easy !

We re-installed our kitchen rail vertically some time ago as it jutted out too much horizontally. I think maybe this was supposed to be a towel rack, not sure as we bought it… Continue reading

Kwai in the City

There’s a floating market near the Kanchanaphisek road where you can hand feed water buffaloes fresh grass and bananas. The owner also lets visitors sit on the water buffalo and take pictures. However… Continue reading

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