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Sewing Goodness Extracts

June 26, 2014

Ok, Who doesn’t know Peter, the seamster, who sometimes sews for his mom of for his alter ego Cathy? Well, let me introduce you to the Bûcheron sur le fil (Lumberjack on a thread ) who sews for his daughters. If you don’t read French, get Google Translate to work or just look at the pictures, knowing that a dad made those for her daughters and it will make you melt.

I discovered Indisew, an attempt to get all indie pdf patterns under one room, internet-wise. Not a bad idea and a great way to come across unknown-to-me brands. I hope more designers join in as time goes.

I seem to have missed some very interesting events in Hamburg, so I’m thankful Anita blogged about them here, here and here. And while you’re there, have a look at the detailed documentation of her master project, the trenchcoat.

I love Origami in clothing, so no wonder I loved this inspiration post from Rhonda.

She not only made her wedding dress from a Marfy pattern, but she made the bridemaids’ dresses from a Vogue wedding dress pattern!

Always in awe when looking a Jean’s jackets: her latest sew is posted here, but also looks at this, this and knit ones here and here.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. June 26, 2014 14:43

    Thanks for the shout out and all the links!!!


  2. June 27, 2014 08:39

    Dear Ariadne(?)
    Thank you. It’s so nice of you and I am happy that you enjoy my journey.
    One exhibition I would like to add the “myth chanel”
    this exhibition will be no longer listed and ended in Hamburg.

    (Schreibe mich bitte mal privat an, ich hätte da ein Geschenk für Dich.)



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