Here's another long forgotten baby quilt back from February 2016 for baby Ben! I stumbled upon this beautiful HST "Sunset Quilt" from a quilt is nice, and decided to make a very similar boy/gender neutral version. In mine I swapped a few yellows HSTs for greens, but really the changes are minimal. Only after I finished… Continue reading Sunset-Arrow Baby Quilt
Here's another late addition - I made this quilt for Baby Nikolas back in December 2015. I based it off the free Cotton and Steel pattern: Potions and Poisons, but scaled it down for crib size and used brighter colours! I filled it with really think batting and used the 'stitched in the ditch' method… Continue reading Potions and Poisons Baby Quilt for Nikolas
Always late, that's how I roll. Here's some quick photos of a baby quilt I made for my friend's cute baby Zoey back in May 2015. Apologies for the poor iphone photos, they're all I've got! I used See Kate Sew's Triangle Quilt Pattern Template for this quilt.
Since starting school again in September, my craft time has been greatly cut back. However, holidays are plentiful in Germany, and after only 6 weeks of classes, it was time for our 2 week long fall vacation... I love you Germany! Anyways, as the books and notes pile on, I've been struggling with fitting everything… Continue reading New Bookbag
Although we did have some scorchers in July, summer pretty much ended early/mid-August here in Berlin. I feel like I've been robbed of 3-4 weeks of prime summer dress weather. In fact, there are some dresses that I didn't even have a chance to wear once this year. How depressing. However, that was not the… Continue reading Review: Sonja Dress
I'm off on a "vacation/business trip" in Cologne, and yet all I can think about is "what am I going to sew when I get back home this weekend?". Crazy eh? Here are the things that I have been most recently considering making for my next projects. 1) Shirt Dress with Hip Yoke from… Continue reading Things I’ve been swooning over to sew!
Quick post here, just want to pump up something that I thought was really fantastic! Last Saturday I took a beginner class in Woodworking at betahaus in Berlin. At 107€ (including materials) it wasn't cheap, but I definitely felt like it was worth it. With a small class of only 5 people, we learned about and… Continue reading Learning Woodworking in Berlin