As I've mentioned before, my husband's first name means "dragon" so whenever I have the opportunity to sew up some dragon fabric, I usually jump on it! Affordable Fabrics & More sent me some dragon yardage, a coordinate and a panel this week, so it was a nice opportunity to finally make something for my son! I'm hoping this keeps him from feeling jealous of his sisters for at least a couple of weeks, haha! Read more...
Tag: german patterns
Under the Sea! Lottchen Tunic
Affordable Fabrics and More has done it again with another gorgeous fabric collection! For this one, I used the Lottchen Top/Tunic/Dress by German designer, Pea aus Schilde and I just love how it turned out! Read on to learn more about this outfit! It took me *ages* to decide how I wanted to use this… Continue reading Under the Sea! Lottchen Tunic
Talkin’ or Racin’? Car Fabric for Boys (and Girls!)
Sometimes it can be hard to find awesome boy friendly fabric, so I was excited to see this new monster car design from MK*Designs! Of course, when it arrived my daughters insisted it was for them and were pretty bitter when I declared it was for their brother. Monster cars for everyone! Each of the… Continue reading Talkin’ or Racin’? Car Fabric for Boys (and Girls!)
Some Holiday Cheer in a Sweater Dress
Well I suppose my title isn't quite appropriate... my daughter has the flu, so she's not feeling particularly cheery in these photos, but this fabric definitely fits the holiday cheer vibe! About the Fabric Designed and printed in the USA, this gorgeous Winter Forest print is part of a holiday collection currently on preorder from… Continue reading Some Holiday Cheer in a Sweater Dress
The Tilt by kleiner Polli-Klecks was selected among the top 5 favorite patterns to sew in the International Knit Sew Along Facebook group this summer. I'd purchased it during one of the Makerist 2€ sales earlier in the year and thought it would be a prefect way to showcase this new collection of prints and… Continue reading The Tilt!
Air Force Kalea Dress
Now for my second Air Force make! (My first one - a sweatshirt/jacket is right here). I decided to make a the Pom & Pino Kalea Dress (German only) for my daughter - I love how this design allows for featuring multiple types of fabric in a way that's interesting and not overdone. This fabric is… Continue reading Air Force Kalea Dress
Lienchen Skirt, Ottobre Top & Doll Outfit
The nice thing about sewing custom designed fabric is that I'm obligated to maximize every last bit of it! With the remaining pieces of this "Endless Hearts" Cotton Lycra (from Beanpop Fabrics) that I used last week to make the Filou Hoodie, I decided to make the Lienchen Skirt by Pom & Pino. This is… Continue reading Lienchen Skirt, Ottobre Top & Doll Outfit
Meine Herzenswelt – Vanja Sweater Dress
German pattern world strikes again! I just love how many unique and interesting designs are available among European patterns! When I received this unicorn panel from MK*Designs, I realized that it was going to be too small for another Filou sweater or BeeStyle and since I wanted a dress, I didn't think it would work with the… Continue reading Meine Herzenswelt – Vanja Sweater Dress
FeeFeeFashion Hoody Filou with Beanpop Fabrics
Guys! I successfully sewed up another German pattern! (I still did spend an awful amount of time translating and re-reading through the instructions and wondering, can I really sew this up without making a muslin and get it done quickly??!). (My first German pattern is over here). This one is the FeeFeeFashion Hoody Filou (kids)… Continue reading FeeFeeFashion Hoody Filou with Beanpop Fabrics
My first German pattern!
I finally took the plunge and made my very first German pattern! I've been seeing so many amazing German patterns floating around the web lately and knew I had to overcome all fears and get my feet wet with them. About the Fabric Firstly, I received this gorgeous unicorn fabric, panel and coordinates from It's… Continue reading My first German pattern!