:) I bought the leaves on ebay and sewed them on :)
My homemade Poison Ivy cosplay, I made the the dress from a vintage Simplicity sewing pattern from 1952 and a green petticoat.
I decided to join Lucky Lucille and By Gum, By Golly present… Fall For Cotton: a vintage sewing challenge for the cotton lover!
The challenge was pretty simple: You needed to use a vintag…
My new viking outfit is complete
Everything is sewn and embroidered by hand.
The outfit consists of an underdres, overdress and an aprondress of linen. The jacet is made of wool
I have not m…
Finally I have made myself a autumn jacket. I had a serious sewingblock a for some time now and it has just been a complete stop in my head.
I had both the fabric and pattern so when Gertie fr…
In a month it is time for “The Island of Lost Girl’s”. To make a long story short : This is a big LARP that Iam hosting. The story for the larp is set to the year 1945 and World War II is over. T…
I decided to join the circle skirt sew-along hosted by "Casey":http://www.blog.caseybrowndesigns.com/ I have sewn circle skirts before, but it’s always fun to see how others do it and maybe learn…
hihi, Nietzsche or Proust would probably not read Norwegian newspapers advertising sales on garde…
I know. My camera died, so I only managed to take one picture. It is a pity.
This is a 1950s innspirerete men’s suit i have been working on.
I had to to modify two Burdastyle pattern since I unfortunately did not find a good vintage pattern. Pattern for the jacket is the "…
I just dont like pants and mostly wear dresses or skirts.
But I have always thought that womens pants from the 1940s, with the high waist and wide legs, looks rather nice. Then one late night…
I have made a swimsuit.
The pattern was pretty hard to fit. The panties and front-part was a nightmare, so I had to make a lot of adjustments. Also, the sewing-instructions were not good either. …
how nice :)
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