Monthly Archives: July 2013

Kwik Sew 2993, Neue Mode 2227

My jacket in  finished 🙂 I ended up using my good old Kwik Sew “hoodie pattern” for my jacket. I have never used this pattern for anything else then stretch jersey before. But I had a hard time finding something … Continue reading

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A update on Vogue 83333 and 8648

Earlier this spring I had a post about making a dress and jacket for my son’s girlfriend. I thought someone might wonder how I was doing with it.  I have actually come quite far but right now it is RESTING…. This dress … Continue reading

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Neue Mode 22297, corduroy skirt , bead embelishment, A sewing challange

I just finished a skirt. It is relatively short, but I will be wearing nice “decent” leggings under it, so it doesn’t matter. It is nice and soft, made from stretch corduroy. I actually bought the fabric many years ago, … Continue reading

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Butterick 5646

After making several versions of this pattern using a very fine drape- able fabric I wanted to try a different weight. I made two versions of this one, one for my daughter and one for my sister. I liked them, … Continue reading

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My summer hoodie collection :-) Kwik Sew 2993, hoodies

My all time “favorite” HOODIES… At least I think that is what I make most often. Mostly because I am a “practical gal”. I like to make things that will be in use. My husband needed some new ones and … Continue reading

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Butterick 5646, My friends birthday present :-)

My friend turned 50 on July 3. (Two days before my birthday) 🙂 I decided that “she has everything” and that my gift to her would be a “home-made one”. First I mad a brown version of this tunic. She liked … Continue reading

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“burger apron” and “ruffle dress” for my daughter. Neue Mode 55389

My youngest daughter came along to the fabric store earlier this spring. There she saw an apron and a dress she liked. I promised to make them for her. I didn’t use a pattern for the apron. I could have … Continue reading

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