I’ve been obsessed with cobalt blue for quite a while now. It all started with Lauren’s dress and then this interview with Gretchen Jones on Seamwork (scroll down to see the photo of her blue dress). Gretchen really is right when she says that “you can’t not stare at somebody in a bright blue dress”. And then, of course, there’s all those beautiful pictures of girls in strappy maxi dresses […]
Hi everyone, how’s it going? I hope you’re all well. So, you probably haven’t noticed (I’m pretty sure you have plenty other sources of entertainment) and when I started this blog, I swore to myself not to write a sentence like this, but I really am a little sorry for not having blogged in a while. I’ve been really good at keeping a consistant blog schedule ever since I started […]
Thank you guys so much for your kind comments on my last post. Just a few days later, I finally finally found a flat share with the most wonderful roommates. You know you got the right kind of people when you spend over an hour chatting, laughing and eating cookies in the kitchen. I’m super excited to move back to the city again! Now let’s move on to today’s post: […]
March has been such an exciting month! It was semester break month and even though I still had a lot of school work to do, I managed to squeeze in some blogging, photography and of course, sewing. Here’s a small roundup of what’s been going on lately: Sewing My sewing machine was broken and had to be repaired so I spent two weeks cutting and pattern drafting. I finally drafted […]
Hey guys, it’s knitting season and I thought I’d give you a small update on the knitting project I started way back in August: The Snowflake Sweater (I posted a small preview on instagram). Long story short: This project was a great learning experience desaster. It started with the lace yoke taking forever, because it was my first ever lace pattern. I guess I needed about three tries per row. […]
While my September summer vacation feels like forever ago, I still remember that sad feeling when realizing I have to put my beautiful sandals on a shelf for another 8-9 months. It’s the worst. The good thing: Rainy autumn days are perfect for sewing! Yay! One of the projects I’m most excited about finishing is my Victoria blazer in the most awesome mexican fabric. There’s only one problem: This project is giving me a headache […]
Life is pretty quiet lately and it feels so good. April will be filled with work and new experiences, so I’m enjoying the downtime. I even signed up for a small sewing class. It’s going to be exciting to learn something new and probably meet one or the other local sewers. Some other things that have been going on lately: …
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