Sewing

Bee Wrap-Skirt Dress

Hi, long time no see! I took a sewing break over summer due to the heat, but this week I'm back with a cute and simple project. I made this wrap dress out of two meters of bee fabric I scored at a fabric market in Leiden. The fabric is really cute and breathable yet… Continue reading Bee Wrap-Skirt Dress

Historical, Sewing

16th Century Italian Peasant Dress UPDATE

Hi everyone! It's been a couple of weeks since my last post, and that's because we've suffered a heatwave here in The Netherlands and I also spend two weeks on holiday with my parents. I didn't do any sewing at all! Yet Castlefest was coming up - a yearly Ren Fair I've attended for almost… Continue reading 16th Century Italian Peasant Dress UPDATE

Sewing

Formula Dress

Last month, I scored this amazing jersey with (I was told after buying it) physics formulas. My friend @femmelot is a math teacher and I thought it would be fun to surprise her with a "math" dress for her upcoming birthday! We have similar sizes so I used my own base pattern with a few… Continue reading Formula Dress

Cross-stitching

Stitchonomy Halloween Stitch-Along

I was introduced to cross-stitching by my friend Alyssa from Stichonomy, who shares a studio space with me over at Handwerkstudio Leiden. She makes cross stitch kits and also sells supplies for them. I tried a couple of cross-stitch projects and ended up really liking it! It's a convenient little craft to do on your… Continue reading Stitchonomy Halloween Stitch-Along