Hi guys! It’s been a while! I’ve been waaaay too busy lately, but I’m back and ready to share some great tips, tricks and recent projects with y’all!
The first thing I was dying to make after my holiday were roller blinds for my sewing room.
Inspiration can hit you anywhere, anytime. That’s why I always carry around a notebook or two.
Hi guys! It’s been a while, I’ve been meaning to post more often but it’s been super super busy at work lately. But, good news: I finally managed to finish my dress/shirt-project! I’m very happy with how it turned out.
A while ago I made this button down skirt with a scalloped hem. It was the first time using a print-out pattern, but definitely not the last!
Guys, I need your help! As you may know, I’m currently working on the ‘City Dress’ by La Maison Victor. Although…the term ‘dress’ may not apply, because I’m considering some major alterations.
Whoooohooo! I just found out my blue wrap blouse has been featured on the homepage of Burdastyle.com!
Earlier this year, a new Belgian sewing magazine was launched, called ‘La Maison Victor‘. The magazine is targeted at young dressmakers that want to make fun and modern garments.
Just like everyone else in the sewing community, my heart skipped a beat when I saw this wrapped blouse pattern in Burda Magazine.
Independent pattern makers
I genuinely love craftsmanship and I try to support craftsmen (and -women) in any way I can. That’s why I love the independent pattern making companies that are usually run by one or two enthusiasts who put much time and effort in making nice patterns.
About a year ago I had to attend a party, but suddenly had nothing to wear. Doesn’t every girl have that problem? 😉 So I decided to make a new dress for the occasion.