Monday, July 19, 2010

Fødselsdag kort - black peas

where I tried to give a smoky look to the edges, first try...

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Model F

It's been a very long time that I have been wanting to sew something from the japanese book "stylish dress book" , at that time many were sewing the model T, which is very cute but looked difficult to me

Then I recently fell on this blog: La Fabrique de Vivie where Sylvie made the model F and shortened it, I think it looks great!

So here is my attempt at the F model, with instructions to make the front slit from Zabou (it's in french but pictures speak for themselves) without it I couldn't have made it, thanks Zabou!

Sunday, July 11, 2010

Baby summer pants

Wow these days have been so hot! I didn't have enough summer pants for little one to wear but found a great tutorial to make some in no time, thanks to Rookie moms tutorial, here is my model showing off my first try :-)



Saturday, July 10, 2010

Give Away hos Lille Bitte Fnug

Lille Bitte Fnugs Give Away havde mange vindere, faktisk  var hun så sød at give en gave til alle deltager!
Så her kom min, en baby-drenge buks, den er så fin! Mange tak Bettina (^-^) flot arbejde!

Friday, July 02, 2010

Boys month !

 Christine from the Frk Turkis blog has initiated a series of posts during the month of July related to Boys Stuff - the Boys Month, such a great idea, I'm looking forward to finding some nice inspiration to spoil my little boy :-)

I promised I would dedicate a post to the boys month and here is my contribution: a very boyish pram chain made of dinosaurs

I got the idea from Bettina "lille bitte fnug". I participated in a swap with her, where she gave me a very nice fabric rattle that can be seen here.

I was also very lucky to find this great cheap bed linen for kids at my local supermarket, so here we go with a little demo on how I did it :-)

I cut through the two layers of the bed linen, around the dinosaur

Put the two piece of fabric right sides together, and in between a ribbon folded in two
Sew around the edges, leave an opening at the bottom, cut slits at the curves and turn inside out

Fill in with fill stuff and sew the opening by hand

you can now populate the chain :-)