Monthly Archives: December 2011

From Dress-Up Box to By the Pool

Many, many years ago I made up a fun quilting cotton into a Sixties dress pattern of my Mum’s. It was a fun and cool summer dress for teenager me, but eventually found a home in the dress up box. … Continue reading

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Jenny Ruffles Shoulders

Last seen in subtle cream on a slender tween. Now appearing in bright red on a middle aged woman. This pattern scans across the generation and style divides! This blouse was made possible due to the kindness of Jenny who … Continue reading

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Italian style + Swedish curtain fabric = interesting blouse

What am I doing making a top out of Ikea fabric when I have just bought all that lovely designer stuff? Well, it was a project that was not finished when I went shopping, a style I wanted to try … Continue reading

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Nothing is not what He Cooks

He who Cooks has been asked a lot what he’s been cooking lately. He says “nothing”. This means only everyday cooking. Otherwise we would have starved, or eaten junk food, or .. even worse… She who Sews might have been … Continue reading

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