There’s no use in pretending. I’m totally hopeless when it comes to sewing dresses for my girl. I can always justify the need for one more (and another …). But this one might be a be too difficult to justify as it was actually made on December 28th – a couple of days after Christmas… Continue reading Happy New Year [and yet another Christmas dress]
Wishing you all the warmest Season’s greetings! We’re looking forward to enjoy the blessings of this season for the next couple of days. I suspect sewing will be set aside for a while 🙂 [Myrantine blouse by Citronille lengthen into dress in pale pink floral voile. More details soon] From our home to yours, we… Continue reading Season’s Greetings
The Louisa dress by Compagnie M. was one of my options for Christmas dress.
Today, my post is not sewing-related. I would like to introduce a new book, “Mãos-á-Obra” published by a (very) talented friend, Constança. Constança blogs at Saídos da Concha and she describes herself as a “rafter, seamstress, baker, trees and flowers lover, experimental homemaker”. She’s Portuguese and is currently based in New Zealand. If you don’t know… Continue reading Mãos à Obra | A Book Review
I wish I had a better excuse for the lack of activity here, but the fact is that more often than not, my sewing projects are quite “ordinary” and lack the “wow” factor. I’m quite practical in my sewing (as with everything else, to be honest) and winter sewing seems to suffer the most from it.… Continue reading Pink Winter Jacket