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#1 African wax print with knit jersey sleeves
#2 Knit jersey with African wax print sleeves.
I know I’m a little late to this party, but I have come to accept most projects I want to work on have already been around a while, and I have been lusting after them the entire time. So like I said, anything and everything that inspires me, or I’m drawn to, I’m going to try. Anyway, remember all that bias tape I made? Perfect for these cute shorts from The Purl Bee, the awesome thing about this project is that not only is this a free pattern, it comes in different sizes for BOTH adults and kids! How generous is that? Thank you Corrine.
You know those projects you keep putting off because you don’t have all the supplies you need? Like bias tape? I do. Because it is expensive, and it does not always work for the fabrics I have on hand, especially if they (bias tape and fabric) were bought in different stores. And there are so many tutorials on how to make your own bias, so you just know I’m going to be all over that. Continue reading
So you know how I said Yannick and I were in Belgium a while back? I thought I’d do a little post on the trip while I complete the things I’m making.
I was really excited about taking a break from everything and this trip turned out to be just what I needed! With only a couple of days planned in Brussels, I was bursting with excitement at the things we had planned. Brussels is only a 90 minute flight from Prague so it didn’t matter that we were leaving on Saturday afternoon, we’d had have all night to spend at Sebastien’s bar (that’s Yannick’s brother),have time to sleep it off on Sunday and hung with the family, a small trip to Brugge on Monday and we’d be back in Prague on Tuesday, short and sweet. Continue reading
A while ago I started making this Simplicity dress, I have had this pattern for about two years and I made it as a top right after I bought it. I like how the top looked but the fit was wrong, it was about two sizes bigger, even though I cut the smallest size of the pattern (size 6). Continue reading
Today I made a crop top. It’s funny how comfortable I have got with my body since having Kakazi. The whole experience just helped me find a whole new respect for how resilient the human body is, especially the female body. Continue reading