The days when silk pyjamas were worn as elegant evening attire are over (I think). But soft, cosy cotton ones are here to stay (I hope). Don’t get me stated about those slovenly people who wear their pyjamas to the supermarket and on the school run, Continue reading
Do you know the difference between a blouse and a shirt? No, me neither and neither does Google. Ha ha, Google doesn’t know everything.
Nearly every time I sew something, a song gets in my head. Either the name of the pattern, the fabric I’m using or how the garment makes me feel determines the song. And I have a particular song for the dress I’m about to show you, I want you all to stop what you are doing, get up, let loose and take a few minutes to come groove with me.
Come on ladies and gents, GET YOUR GROOVE ON!!!!!!!
And Sach if you’re reading this, I know you’ll be going crazy right now.
Back to front, inside out, heads through armholes, dresses as skirts, tops with no trousers, tights instead of leggings. Yep, this is what happens when my husband ‘helps’ to get our 5 year old dressed. But Marte at Compagnie M has designed a dress with my husband in mind. Thank you Marte for making it ok to wear your clothes inside out. Continue reading
If you’ve got your finger on the pulse, your ear to the ground, your eyes and ears and mouth and nose. Head shoulders knees and toes. Then you would know that Madeit Patterns have just brought out a new pattern. It’s the Spin Dress, an idea sparked by Darcy, because she knows what girls like (and not in a Tine Temapah way).