Made this pouch with a remnant of a black faux leather I found in my stash.
It’s closed with 2 press studs hidden under the flowers.
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A simple top down cardigan to destash my wool’s stock with an asymetric sides.
Stockinette stich for the body,seed stich for the edges and rib 2/2 for the cuffs.
More colorful than my usual blac…
This book is one of my favorite!
Let me show you my summer bag!I’ve fallen in love with the colors of this torn curtain,sold on a flea market.
The bag has 2 pockets (front and inside),a grey polyester lining and it’s closed with …
LOVE IT !
This simple dress is made with a fabric I bought in Senegal,Africa, when I wasn’t really interest in fabrics (if only I knew things would change!).
There’s an invisible zippee on the side and some…
To start (finally) my summer wardrobe, I’ve made this maxiskirt with an african printed fabric (wax).
I’ve just put an elastic on the waistband and sewn 2 pieces together.
worst here:some of my last views were reset AND my last project has disappeared too!!!
A simple tote with a badge on, a zippered pocket outside and one in the lining (without zipper)
The small straps have the same colors than the badge.
It’s closed with small pieces of scratch.
After the jacket, now the capri pants for a sewing contest( 2 pieces which can be worn together or alone).
I’ve used an old pattern of a Burdastyle pants but it’s not here anymore.
I’ve just modi…
lovely colors and love the pattern
For a sewing contest(2 coordinated pieces), I’ve sewn a jacket with a cotton fabric and a “flowered” one for the lining. The jacket is really “light” and seems perfect for the spring.
I’ve used a …
Because I was bored of my old wallet, I’ve wanted a new one. I didn’t have specific idea except a zipper closure and to use a thick cotton fabric I have in my stash.
To enlight the wallet, I put f…
A bag to tidy up and carry away all my unfinished knitting projects.
There’s a outside pocket and it’s closed with a separable zipper which had made sewing more easier.
I don’t really know what …
I wanted something more “stylish” to become limp on my couch on those cold winter days.
So I took a small given piece of jersey (+ another for the hood), a japanese pattern , a separable zipper an…
Made Those 2 pouches to start this new year with new things!
The first one is made with a velvet fabric and polyester lining, this one is for me.
The second one is made with a cotton fabric (dots…
I’ve found the ribbon in a magazine with a Chloe perfume sample
My sister wanted a case for her notebook and she loves this fabric so..
I wanted an original pattern for this case, put a scratch closure and found a Chloé label (in a magazine long time ago).I’ve…
After the big one,I made this “small” and simple cabas with oilcloth.
There’s a zipped pocket outside,a lining and a magnetic closure. I didn’t sew a pocket inside because it’s not necessary.
I wanted to make a simple cabas with a magnetic closure but at the end it’s a big cabas with a piping center divider, a zipper instead and a pocket outside!
I really enjoyed sewing this cabas but …
It’s really cozy and long enough to protect from cold wind
Begun in 2010 but finished in 2011 and don’t even know why!
Based on a pattern from a japanese book (Pochée 9), this coat is made with a cotton fabric and a thick wool fabric.
It’s closed with 4 …
This year, it will be a white & red ‘s Xmas, at least for my nephews with those advent calendars. I’ve used 3 patterns for the pouches and 3 fabrics. At first , I wanted felt (easy to sew and faste…
After a first one, I wanted to try it with a thick jersey.
I made long sleeves, put only 4 buttons to close and a flap on the pockets.
BurdaStyle Project of the Week
Meg made this edgy variation of the Open Back Dress!
Pattern of the Week
This fitted jacket will keep you warm and stylish on those cool summer nights!
Dive back into 1956 with this stylish two in one pant suit pattern!
Member Project of the Week
Get inspired by printed floral bustier dress with flounce! It is so summery.
The style is cool and sporty beach wear that can be worn anywhere!
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