The pattern for this ringer T longsleeve I found a while ago, but having a serger I was finally brave enough to try it. I am so happy with the result! Continue reading “Longsleeve pattern tryout from Brindille & Twig”
On this page I post my patterns and tutorials to guide you through these sewing projects.
Today we had a welcome party for a new family member. The lucky one was a cute 3 month old baby boy. In my ‘sewing for autumn’ mood, caused by the rainy weather, I decided to make some jersey baby hats to keep him warm this autumn and winter. Continue reading “Jersey baby hats”
The pattern for this dress is designed for a 12 mo. Larger versions will follow as my daughter grows. I really love this dress. The circle neck is a great accent. For some extra detail you can finish off the skirt with matching bias tape. Continue reading “Circle neck toddler dress”
Soon the Easter Bunny will hide some delicious chocolate eggs in your house and around the garden. Let’s gather them ‘in theme’ this year with the this applique tote bag. Continue reading “Easter tote bag”
Easter is coming! And as a yearly tradition we put up an Easter tree, a vase with decorated willow or hazel branches. This year I made some decorations myself. Here are my felt and fabric Easter eggs. Continue reading “Felt and fabric Easter eggs”
In this tutorial we will make a fabric cover for a cardboard box. Easy made storage space that adds something extra to the room. Go for colorful fabric to sheer up the place or go for sober prints to fit in a stylish and classy interior. The cover can be removed and washed when necessary.
You might have followed the transition of my new sewing room (you can read about it HERE). I moved to a room with no curtains, which makes the room feel a bit bare. With no occasion to go to a store soon to buy some curtain tape, I made my own curtains without. I used twill tape in staid. You can also follow this tutorial to make a curtain with curtain tape. Only the few last steps will be different. Continue reading “DIY: Curtains for curtain rail without curtain tape”
My baby-girl of 6 months started teething 2 months ago. This comes together with drooling. Lots of drooling! After a week of changing her clothes 3 times a day I thought it was about time for a bandana bib. In this tutorial we will make a very absorbing one! Continue reading “The bandana bib: indispensable for teething babies”
Making your own pot holders is a small project that will take about half an hour per piece. Use fabric you love to add an extra personal touch to your kitchen. Continue reading “Make your own trendy and original pot holders”
This pattern is for a purse that is big enough for your wallet, keys and phone, but small enough to not become a mess!
This project is a little more advanced, but still achievable with limited experience. It might take an afternoon to make.
This gathered skirt you can make in all sizes, from baby to XXL adult size. The elastic waistband makes the skirt forgivable if you gain or lose a few pounds.
This is a beginners project that takes up to 1 hour to make and only 30 minutes when you are more experienced. Continue reading “Gathered skirt with elastic waistband”
In this tutorial I will show you how to make a basic pillowcase for a pillow of 50*50 cm (20*20 inch). We will make an easy version without zipper or special decorations.