Tag Archive: Sewing

DIY : Lacy T-shirt

You’ll need a t-shirt ,1/2 yard of stretchy lace fabric, and an hour of your time. This is the t-shirt I’m working on. Look how sad she is  : Measure and cut as… Continue reading

Sewing Idea : New Dress from Old Pattern

From this : This pattern is from the 1998 February issue of Female magazine. I’ve been wanting to sew a shift dress and this pattern’s measurements fit my body type. The fabric I’m… Continue reading

DIY : Roald Dahl inspired Riding Hood Cushion

I bought blank cushions from Ikea and I’m  not quite sure how I ended up sewing this. It may be the Halloween season or that I’ve been  reading way too much Roald Dahl… Continue reading

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

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 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

Granny Squares Bag — FINITO !!

First things first,  thank you very much  J.G. Burdette and Maryanne for the Versatile Blog Award nominations. J.G. Burdette writes a very enjoyable history blog. I’ve always like history and her posts delve deeper into… Continue reading

Granny Square Bag — Lining– still WIP

Wow, this project is dragging on slowly. It’s the heat. At 41 deg Celsius, I don’t feel like working with anything made in yarn. Beads of sweat pop out of my forehead when… Continue reading

Charlie Bag Love !

This is a free downloadable pattern with instructions from BurdaStyle.com which dates back to the year 2007. It’s a pattern for a reusable grocery bag that can be folded and placed into a pouch.… 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

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