Follow me on Pinterest *** Kollabora *** Bloglovin *** BurdaStyle Read this post on The Monthly Stitch This month has been full of changes: I started my new job, we got very close to completing all of our immigration paperwork, we are looking forward to start our application for Renaissance Fair in Las Vegas. …
Follow me on Pinterest *** Kollabora *** Bloglovin *** BurdaStyle So, do you know that feeling when you realize that you have made 5 skirts and 3 tops out of the same patterns over and over again? YES, that’s me! I really love Burda’s ruched skirt pattern and simple, draft -it-yourself sweater pattern, also from Burda. … Continue reading Soft blush look: sewing Burda’s ruched skirt and knit sweater (with pattern)
Follow me on Pinterest *** Kollabora *** Bloglovin *** BurdaStyle Let me tell you this – I am not big on refashioning or upcycling, not at all. In fact I believe that repurposing or redoing existing piece might take a lot more energy and time than making a new one. Although, there is one thing I am … Continue reading 10 ways of men’s shirt refashion: tips and useful articles
Follow me on Pinterest Follow me on Kollabora Follow me on Bloglovin Follow me on BurdaStyle Find this article on The Monthly Stitch There should always be a room for experiments! Knowing that, I still try to avoid combination of black and white for some unknown reason. Although it is classy and easy to wear I … Continue reading Mono Sewn for The Monthly stitch (with pattern)
Made these for my friend, 100% natural lavender flower buds sewed in cute little suede pillows. Continue reading Wordless Wednesday: lavender sachets
Follow me on Pinterest Follow me on Kollabora Follow me on Bloglovin Follow me on BurdaStyle Artistic mind is the greatest mystery in the universe. You can never know when your next inspiration will strike and what will it be! Difficult and sophisticated patterns inspire me as much as the very easy makes, as long as it … Continue reading Sew easy and stylish with self-drafted patterns!
To say that summer in Nevada is hot is to say nothing at all. It is steaming, boiling and all in all unbelievably HOT! For me, the best way to deal with heat like this, is to use natural and lightweight materials like silk, cotton and etc. These shorts are easy to make, waistband is … Continue reading Sewing for summer: Burda’s silk shorts
July is almost here and I am as busy as never before. Job searching, blogging, sewing, dancing and all other artsy things are occupying my time. I finally decided to unite all sewing resources, websites, sew-longs and link-ups in one list for easy use. First of all, Modern Vintage Cupcakes already has this kind … Continue reading The list of sewing challenges, link-ups and sew-alongs.
I believe most of you, sewing bees, are familiar with the feeling of wild excitement when you have a piece of beautiful fabric on your hands and a dress pattern you dreamed of! Well, yeah… for me it usually never ends well. Why? I get overly excited and sometimes I forget to notice … Continue reading Sewing Valentino inspired lace skirt! (Burda’s pattern)
It’s summer time and things should come easy breezy, even sewing! Creating summer wardrobe is fun, but it is a twisted challenge. Clothing supposed to look beautiful, be comfortable and… made out of thin, natural “summer time” fabrics. If to be honest, after defining these three main characteristics there are not that many … Continue reading Burda Sewing: all things girly