i love these little dungarees! i made them for my nephew, can’t wait to see him in them. bonus points of being an aunty – all the joy of sewing baby clothes and having cuddles but without all the responsibility of round the clock child care! the pattern is from the great british sewing bee – sew your own wardrobe. i omitted the side buttons. i couldn’t work
well, i have the best news to share… i have finished the crochet blankets for my cousin. nothing feels better than getting to type that sentence! i have been working on them since december, so you’re probably getting the gist of how fed up i was doing them. so here, the finished products… my parent’s carpet looks like such a
warning – not a dress making post! in december, i saw the christmas edition of the Great British Sewing Bee. Anne (the cutest lady, in the world, ever) made this teddy bear, and i wanted it. however, at £40 i did not want to splurge that much so tried to forget about how lovely he was. then the other day at work, i got a promotion
I’ve just spent £21 in the new look pattern sale, oops! considering all the patterns were half price, I’ve saved SO much money. I’ve bought 6 different ones, some skirts, some dresses and also loungewear (oooo!). the loungewear pattern has been purchased with my boyfriend in mind, he likes to lounge, hehe. can’t wait for them to arrive, I will blog all about them then! and then when I go
hawthorn dress by colette 1) i am happy with this dress 2) i was not happy with myself when i was making it my big problem is fitting; when will i learn to cut the size 8 top and 12 bottom?! i really want to go on a fitting/adjustment type class but i can’t find one available around where i live. anyway, the dress.
here’s a scarf I’m re-knitting for my boyfriend. I cast on too many stitches the first time I knitted it (36) so it was too wide therefore too short. so I’ve unravelled it and taken it down to 27 stitches and I’ve started again. it’s just KKP, I think it looks ace! make sure you’ve cast on a total number of stitches that can be divided by 3 🙂 it’s