Leftovers project

My previous post about Loungewear pants tells how the end of August for the second year in a row for me turns into fabric leftovers decluttering exercise. I am quite thrifty in sewing, which means that usually there are pieces of fabric left after every other project. It would of course be unthinkable to throwContinue reading “Leftovers project”

Loungewear pants

As summer reached its definite end with weather becoming significantly colder at the very end of August, I jumped to my good old habit of tidying. As seasons change, my brain requires the order to be reestablished. I satisfy this urge by swapping clothes and shoes in the wardrobe and thus preparing for the upcomingContinue reading “Loungewear pants”

Liberty crop top

I just absolutely love working with cotton. Viscose, silks, whatever else – all of that is great and make for beautiful garments. But when it comes to the ease of working with fabric, cotton is my favorite! I had so much fun with this gorgeous liberty print in my previous project, that I had economizedContinue reading “Liberty crop top”

Moons and stars pajama set

This was a case of seemingly never ending fabric piece! At first I made the duster and thought that I’ve got enough leftover fabric for a pair of shorts. Then I made shorts, and was left with smaller but still proper piece of fabric, and decided to go ahead and make the top and thusContinue reading “Moons and stars pajama set”

The story of too much fabric

When I started with this entire sewing business, at first I took really small steps. Bought rather random fabric – the one that was cheap rather than the one that I truly liked. The idea was to have something to start working with and not being worried about probably ruining it. Back then I alsoContinue reading “The story of too much fabric”