Posts tagged with "sewing"

Free Pattern: Contour Mask with Side Darts
Sewing · December 21, 2020
I know there are a lot of mask patterns out there--- and i tried many of them. However, I couldn't find the exact shape I liked. After fiddling around with paper towel mock-ups and several wearable muslins later, I think I finally have the shape that flatters my face.

Sewing · February 12, 2020
2 quick ways to adjust waist bands of kids' clothes without undoing any seams.

Sewing · February 05, 2018
As a part of Burda Teaching Certification course assignments, I made a pair of shorts. The fabric is stretch twill from Joann. I bought this fabric a few years ago with the intension of making a pair of shorts and never got around to it (as with all my stash fabric..)

Sewing · February 04, 2018
This is my January post for Burda Challenge 2018. I am aware that it is already February, but I swear I made this jacket in January! just didn't get around to writing about it...

Sewing · January 14, 2017
I wrote a quick guide to start sewing from Japanese sewing books, and a list of Japanese sewing vocabularies ("vocabulary" is such a hard word to pronounce for a Japanese!). I am hoping that these might help people who are intimidated by books full of foreign language, or when diagrams alone are not clear enough to explain sewing processes....

Sewing · January 10, 2017
I made a pair of leggings for my daughter using a pair I bought for myself. The original pair had some problem I could not live with, but I loved its fabric so much that I decided to keep them to use as material for another pair for my daughter....

Sewing · January 09, 2017
Last year was a slow year for my sewing and creativity. Partially (ok, maybe a big part), it was because I was taking care of a one year old baby for the first time. However, the biggest reason is that I felt guilty about creating more "things" when I already had so many....

Sewing · January 08, 2017
I have twin baby nephews who are 2 months younger than my daughter. I needed gifts which I can send to Japan via airmail without going bankrupt. After thinking about it for a while, I ended up making something my daughter wears daily and I consider to be some of the most useful pieces of clothing I made for her: turtleneck shirts. 日本に住む双子の甥っ子たちに、クリスマスプレゼントとしてタートルネックシャツを作りました。

Sewing · April 30, 2016
This is the exciting time for sewists around the world! Zoe of "So Zo... What do you know?" blog is hosting another Me-Made May event. 今年もこの季節がやってきました!世界中の手作り&洋裁好き仲間と交流できるMe-Made-Mayイベントが、今年も開催されるようです。

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