Monthly Archives: October 2009

Scrap bucket

Scrap bucket

This month is Scrap buster month in Sew, Mama, Sew! blog, and they have so many great projects for fabric scraps. After browsing on those wonderful projects, I got inspired by this bucket and made my own version. The bucket uses scraps of Ikea fabrics that seemed to have never stopped overflowing my sewing room.… Continue Reading

Mini wallet revision!

As pointed out by omelay, I made some mistakes in the measurement of mini wallet tutorial. There are differences on the measurements of piece B1 and B2 between the preparation page and diagram page. Please refer to the diagram for the right measurement. I’ve also revised the pdf tutorial, so the link is now pointing… Continue Reading

Etsy front pages and other thing

Etsy front pages and other thing

I just found out that my madras dress and one of these reversible bags were featured in different Etsy front pages a few days ago. There they are, first one on second row and first one on third row! They are my first Etsy front pages, ans since I don’t update my shop too often,… Continue Reading

Happy birthday Papa!

Happy birthday Papa!

Today is my husband’s birthday! \(^.^)/ Sidra had been saying that he wanted to learn sewing, so I suggested that he sewed something for Papa’s birthday present. He excitedly agreed, and we went to the nearest fabric store. Sidra picked this loose weaving red and blue fabric, put it on himself and looked into the… Continue Reading

Boxy pouches for sewing session

Boxy pouches for sewing session

Aren’t these pouches so pretty? But these are not made by me. Today we had another sewing session at my friend’s house as they wanted to learn making these boxy pouches. I’m always a bit nervous about teaching something to people, I’m afraid my explanations wouldn’t be clear enough or they wouldn’t understand. These friends… Continue Reading

Wallets!

Wallets!

Several friends of mine wanted to learn to make these linen wallets, but since I’ve never taken notes while making things, I had forgotten how to make them. Duh! So I made another wallet to remind myself back, taking proper notes this time. This one is pretty much the same as my previous wallet, the… Continue Reading