Monday, 28 February 2011


The last dress for now. Another ANNA dress in cross fibre denim, embroidered with the cute froggi princess from Tinimi.
I'm off to Glasgow on Wednesday for the Stitches Show at the SECC, so my sewing machine gets a little rest now...:-)

Thursday, 24 February 2011


This one in Olli cotton aqua and silicone poplin in size 110/116.

Wednesday, 23 February 2011


Anna dress in Stenzo's roses poplin and red/pink vichy fabric in size 98/104.

Tuesday, 22 February 2011

It wasn't just a day or two, this virus knocked me out for almost a week. I didn't plan this at all and now I have a lot of catching up to do, sewing wise. This outfit is a JULE jumper and a ZUCKA skirt, both in size 86/92:

Wednesday, 16 February 2011

Time out, for a day or two?

That's me just now: one moment shivering like mad the next feeling too hot. I suppose that's what you call being ill. Don't like it at all, must have caught this ugly virus from my darling daughter. Hate it, want to be ok again, but it could have struck me at a more inconvenient time I must admit. So just have to be patient and hope it goes away soon, grrr.

Monday, 14 February 2011

For boys

The shirt is the "Eleven and one" pattern from the latest OTTOBRE magazine, fabrics are Toeff-Toeff and Campan jersey from Hilco. Very easy and quick to sew. Another item struck off the to-do list :-)

Wednesday, 9 February 2011


I have started the preparations for this years HobbyCrafts and Stitches Show in Glasgow. Although I'm mainly taking the materials, I also need some finished clothes to "decorate" my stall. Here is an Antonia shirt in different jerseys, ribbons and crochet flower. 

Thursday, 3 February 2011

Bizzkids summer 2011

The new Bizzkids summer 2011 is available in the shop now. 35 lovely designs for girls (only 1 for a boy!), from trousers, tops, tunics, dresses to skirts and leggings.

Wednesday, 2 February 2011

Party bags

 ... of a different kind. Leoni turns seven on Saturday and this year I thought I'd make the party bags myself. I admit, I would have been MUCH easier (and cheaper) to buy those flimsy plastic bags, which hardly get looked at by the kids and are only there to carry some sweets. And thrown away afterwards. These ones are made to last. Hopefully. But wether these bags are handed out to their new owners on Saturday is still very unsure, as Leoni has got tonsilitis and not well at all...
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